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Prof. Mitrović Dragana


dragana.mitrovic@fpn.bg.ac.rs; +381-11-3092-849

1. Institutional affiliations and positions:

  • Full-time Professor of Political Economy (2008-today)
  • Associate Professor of Political Economy (2001, 2004-2008)
  • Embassy of the FR Yugoslavia in Beijing, Counsellor for Political Affairs (2001, 2002)
  • Embassy of Serbia and Montenegro in Beijing, Minister Counsellor for Economic and Political Affairs (2003, 2004)
  • Assistant Professor of Political Economy (FPS), 1994-2000
  • Teaching Assistant of Political Economy (FPS), 1991-1994
  • Assistant of Political Economy (FPS), 1988-1991
  • Executive Director and founder of the Centre for Asian and Far Eastern Studies of the Faculty (2005-today)
  • Head and founder of the post-graduate course Regional Asian Studies (2007-)
  • Founder and Director of the Institute for Asian Studies (www.ias.rs), Belgrade (2015-today)
  • Founder and Editor of the scientific journal Asian Issues (2014-today)

2. Courses taught and other services provided to students:

  • Political Economy, Transitional Economy and Politics
  • China’s Security and Foreign Policy, China’s Economic and Political Reforms
  • Political Economy of International Relations,
  • International Political Economy of East Asia
  • Geopolitics and Geo-economy,
  • Consultations, mentoring for thesis, workshops and seminars within these courses;

3. List of all schools attended above the secondary level, most recent first.

Degree/Date:                        Institution:                       Major Field of Study:

D. Phil. /February 1994            Faculty of Economics                      China Studies
Belgrade University

“Economic and Political Surroundings of China in the 80s” (D.Phil. thesis)

M.A./October 1990    Faculty of Economics                    International Economics
(M. Phil.)

“Economic Reform in China 1978-1988″ (M. A. thesis)

B. D. /June 1986        Faculty of Political Sciences (B.U.)      International Politics

4. Awards, Academic honour and Fellowships held:

Student’s:

  • Belgrade University Student Award, 1983, 1984, 1985
  • Group Student Research Award, Belgrade City 1985
  • Best Student of Generation, Belgrade University Award, 1986

Professional:

  • Research Scholar, Foreign Language and Culture Faculty, Beijing, 1991
  • The Sasakawa Peace Foundation Scholarship, 1991
  • Senior Associate Member, St. Anthony’s College, Oxford University, Trinity Term 1991
  • Visiting Scholar, Nottingham University, 1999, 2000
  • Intellectual Exchange Fellowship, the Japan Foundation, Doshisha University, Kyoto, 2010
  • Visiting Scholar Fellowship, the Japan Foundation, Waseda University, Tokyo, 2012
  • Serbian Academy of Arts and Sciences, Board of Economic Science, 2009-
  • International Advisory Board of the Central and Eastern European Center for Asian Studies (CEECAS), Budapest, Hungary, 2014-
  • Distinguished Guests in Academia Program, the Korea Foundation, April 2016
  • Visiting Fellow of the Japan Institute of International Affairs (JIIA), March-October 2016

5. Lecturing outside the Faculty and Serbia:

  • Translation Studies – AAOM, Basic Economics, Belgrade, 2005/6, 2007/8;
  • Diplomatic Academy, Ministry of the Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Serbia, Serbian-Chinese Bilateral Relations
  • Master Interdisciplinary Course, Geopolitics – La Sapienza Roma, University of Belgrade, University of Sarajevo, 2006-2011
  • Graduate School of Policy and Management, Doshisha University, Kyoto, 2010, 2011, 2012
  • Regional Powers Project and SRC Seminar, Slavic Research Center, Hokkaido University, On China’s Economy facing the World Economic Crises, July 2010
  • Faculty of Economics, Doctoral Studies, University of Kobe, Japan, 2011
  • Shue Yan University, the Contemporary China Research Center, Hong Kong, PRC, 2012
  • Faculty of Political Science and Economics, Graduate School of Political Science, Waseda University, Tokyo, 2012
  • Faculty of Policy Studies, Doshisha University, Kyoto, 2013
  • Faculty of Political Science and Economics, Graduate School of Political Science – Doctoral Studies, Waseda University, Tokyo, 2013
  • Generation 21, Belgrade, East Asia, actors, processes, possibilities, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016.
  • Jinan University, Guangzhou, China, Graduate School of Economics, Department of International Economics and Trade, 2014
  • Hangkuk University of Foreign Studies, Seoul, Republic of Korea, April 2016.
  • Interdisciplinary master studies, University of Belgrade: Terrorism, Organized Crime and Security:  Geopolitics, 2012
  • Japan Institute of International Affairs (JIIA), Tokyo, September 2016
  • University of the West Indies (UWI), Bridgetown, Barbados, Department of Government, Sociology, Social Work and Psychology. “North Korea’s Nuclear Programme – A Challenge to Regional and Global Peace and Stability”, February 16, 2018
  • High School of Military Studies, Ministry of Defence, Republic of Serbia, North Korea’s Nuclear Issue – geopolitical context, actors and processes”, April 13, 2018.
  • University of Central Florida (UCF), Оrlando, (USA), Doctoral Studies, Department of Political Science. “China’s Belt and Road Initiative in Central, Eastern, and South-Eastern Europe – Risks vs. Opportunities” August 8th, 2018
  • Serbian Academy of Arts and Sciences (SANU), “From Socialist Modernization to Chinese Dream – 40 years of China’s Reform and Opening up policy”, December 14, 2018

6. Reviewer for scientific journals:

  • International Issues, IIEP, Belgrade
  • Economic Annals, Belgrade
  • Our Themes, Nis, Serbia
  • Serbian Political Thought, Belgrade, IPS
  • Sociological Review, Croatian Sociological Association, Zagreb, Croatia
  • Asian Journal of Comparative Politics, Sage Publishing, Singapore

7. Languages: Fluency:

  • Serbian                                                            Native language
  • English                                                            Excellent
  • Spanish                                                           Working
  • Chinese (Mandarin)                                        Basic
  • Japanese                                                          Basic

8. Books:

  • · From Socialist Modernisation to Chinese Dream, IAS, Belgrade, 2019.
  • International Political Economy, PSF &  Čigoja štampa, Belgrade, 2009, 2012, 2013;
  • China’s Economic Miracle – First Decade, IPS, Belgrade, 2008
  • Political Economy, Belgrade: PSF and Čigoja štampa, 2000, 2002 and 2004
  • China’s Reform and the World, IEF, Belgrade, 1995.
  • International Political Economy – Three Perspectives, PSF & Čigoja štampa, Belgrade, 1998;

9. Recent Articles:

Six Years of ʼ16+1ʼFramework of Cooperation – in Between EU, Expectations and Limitations in: Challenges of Adjusting to a Changing Global Economy in the 21st Century. Bucharest: Romanian Academy; Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, (CASS); Beijing: The Institute of International and Public Affairs; Tongji University, Shanghai, 2019.

From Budapest to Budapest – ’16+1′ Framework of Cooperation: achievements, limitations and prospects, CEEC, Budapest, 2019, pp. 45-67.

The institutional environment and economic growth in transition countries, (co-author Marko Tmusic) in Zoltan A. (Ed.). Varieties of Transition. Corvinus University of Budapest, 2018, pp. 29 – 52.

China’s Belt and Road Initiative – Connecting and Transforming Project. In Yu, Cheng, Song Lilei, (Ed.). The Belt & Road Initiative in the Global Arena – Chinese and European Perspectives. Macmillan Publishers Ltd., 2018, London, ­­pp. 26-46.

USA President Trump’s first Asian Tour – From ‘America First’ to Indo-Pacific, Asian Issues, Institute for Asian Studies, Belgrade, ISSN 2217-8813, Vol. 3, No 1/2017, pp. 7-25, 2017.

The Belt and Road: China’s Ambitious Initiative. China International Studies, Beijing, ISSN 1673-3258, 2016, No. 59 (July/August), pp. 76-95.

“Sixteen Plus One” in 2015/2016 – Upgrading, Framing and Stepping up Cooperation. Asian Issues, Institute for Asian Studies, Belgrade, ISSN 2217-8813, Vol. 2, No 1/2016, pp. 7-23, 2016.

The Suzhou Summit: upgrading of the 16+1 cooperation. In: Islam, Shada (Ed.). EU-China relations: New Directions, New Priorities, Discussion paper. Brussels: Friends of Europe, 2016, pp. 139-141.

China’s Silk Strategy and Eurasian Regional Cooperation. In: International Economic Forum on Reform: Transition and Growth. Guangzhou: Jinan University Press, 2016, str. 21-46.

One Belt, One Road – An Initiative for Connecting and Remodelling the World. In: Symposium on The Silk Road and Interactions among Civilizations. Beijing: Center for Study of Civilizations, Capital Normal University, 2015, str. 3-4

China’s Silk Road Strategy and Eurasian Regional Cooperation. In: Conference Handbook: The 1st International Economic Forum, Transition and Growth: November 7, Guangzhou: Jinan University, 2015, p. 12

Northeast Asia Peace and Cooperation Initiative and Korean Peninsula. In: Confidence building in Korean peninsula and the Balkans: Looking for a New Approach and the Helsinki Process. Belgrade, September 2015, Belgrade: Embassy of the Republic of Korea: East West Bridge, 2015, pp. 41-44.

Abe Doctrine and Japan’s Foreign Policy, The Review of International Affairs, January-March 2015, IIPE, Belgrade, UDK 327, ISSN 0486-6096, Vol. LXVI, No. 1157, (2015), pp. 5-26.

China in the Western East and Beyond: Politics and Economics of the China Plus Sixteen Cooperation Framework, Serbian Political Thought, 2/2014, IPS, Belgrade, ISSN 1450-5460, UDK 32, Year VI Vol, 10, (2014), pp. 19-51.

Geopolitika kineske energetske strategije u Centralnoj Aziji  (Geopolitics of China’s Energy strategy in Central Asia), (Serbian), Serbian Political Thought, 2/2014, IPS, Belgrade, ISSN 0354-5989, XXI Vol. 44, (2014), pp. 133-155.

Political Economy of the Chinese Investments in Eastern, Central and South-East Europe, Budapest, Asian Studies, 2013, ISSN 2064-2334. – Vol. /2 (2013), pp. 167-185.

La Politica Cinese Verso l’Europa Sud-Orientale. Orizzonte Cina.ISSN 2280-8035. – Marzo (2013), pp. 3-4. 327(510), COBISS.SR-ID 515321943

Geopolitical Consequences of China’s Energy Strategy in Central Asia (Serbian), Геополитичке последице кинеске енергетске стратегије у Централној Азији, Србија и евроазијски геополитички простор (Ed.) Миломир Степић, Belgrade, IPS, ISBN 978-86-7419-268-9. – (2013), pp. 177-194., COBISS.SR-ID 515784535

Global Governance, Global Crisis – The Role of China and Emerging Countries, The Changing world and China development. – Beijing: China Center for contemporary world studies, 2013. – ISBN 978-7-5117-1653-8. – pp. 80-99, 339.92(510).

Abe Doctrine and its impact on East Asian Cooperation, East Asia Regional Mechanisms and the Trends of Economic Cooperation: Hungary, Budapest, 11-12 December, 2013. Budapest: The Hungarian Institute of International Affairs, 2013.

New Opportunities for China-CEEC Relations: Speech at High-Level Symposium of Think Tanks of China and Central and Eastern European Countries, China, Beijing, 19-20 December 2013. Beijing: Cooperation between China and Central Eastern European Countries (CEEC): China Foundation for International Studies (CFIS), 2013.

PR China’s Border Issues within the Framework of Modernization and Opening Up. Lingua-culture contextual studies in ethnic conflicts of LiCCOSEC, 2011, No. 17, pp.76-89.

Sources and Limits of China’s Power. Izvori i granice kineske moći. Analiza politike, 2011, No. 1, pp. 58-63.

Significance and limits of the FDI in China’s reform and opening up policy implementation. У: ANTEVSKI, Miroslav (Ed.). Development Potentials of Foreign Direct Investment: international experiences. Belgrade: Institute of international politics and economics, 2011, pp. 33-50.

Kineska politika prema Zapadnom Balkanu – jugoistočnoj Evropi. У: Симић, Драган Р. (ур.). Integracija Zapadnog Balkana u mrežu globalne bezbednosti. Beograd: Udruženje za studije SAD u Srbiji: Čigoja štampa, 2011, str. 265-272.

PR China’s Border Issues within the Framework of Modernization and Opening up. In: DIMITRIJEVIĆ, Duško (ed.), LAĐEVAC, Ivona (ed.), Japan and Serbia: regional cooperation and border issues: a comparative analysis. Belgrade: Institute of International Politics and Economics, 2011, pp. 77-90

Kina: uklanjanje predrasuda. У: ЕРДЕЉАН, Боривој (ур.). Srbija i svet: zbornik radova. Beograd: Evropski pokret u Srbiji, 2010, str. 39-48.

Модели продубљивања сарадње са НР Кином и земљама централне и источне Азије. У: СТОЈИЋ КАРАНОВИЋ, Едита (ур.), ЈАНКОВИЋ, Слободан (ур.). Елементи стратегије спољне политике Србиjе. Београд: Институт за међународну политику и привреду, 2009, стр. 25-28.

Aims and Scope of New Asian Security and economic structures, International Issues, FLU, Beijing, Spring Issue, 2008

Shanghai Cooperation Organization – Establishment, Aims and Limits of the New Security Structure of (Central) Asia, Political Studies Institute, Belgrade, pp. 219-242. Serbian Political Thought No. 1- 2, Belgrade, 2007.

SCO – Problems and Development limits, Institute for Political Studies, Belgrade, pp. 219-242. SERBIAN POLITICAL THOUGHT No. 3- 4, Belgrade, 2007.

Reforms of the Social Security System Network in Modern China, pр. 203-224, in SOCIAL POLICY AND SOCIAL REFORMS, PSF, Belgrade, 2007

The Strategic-Security Position of China After September 11, 2001, Centre for Civil-Military Relations, Belgrade, 03. June 2005 – Occasional Paper No. 12, http://www.ccmr-bg.org/cms/view.php?id=1849

Bilateral Relations of Serbia and People’s Republic of China: Genesis, Development and Perspectives, INTERNATIONAL POLITICS, No.1118-1119, (pp.15-24), April-September, 2005, Belgrade, COBBIS.SR-ID 3092482

Establishing and Development of Chinese Reform and Opening Up, International Political Movements, ed. Brana Markovic& Ceda Cupic. Political Science Faculty, Belgrade, 1999, pp.167-200.

Some Aspects of the Transformation of the Modern Capitalist Society and the Consequent Changes in the Developing Countries, Belgrade: CEMES, FPS, Belgrade, 1999.

Serbia and Montenegro and challenges of the post-developing world”, Belgrade: Annual Survey, CEMES, FPS, 1999

Social-economic and Political Implication of the Growing Social Tensions in Transitional Countries of Eastern and Central Europe and Yugoslavia, Social Tensions and Social Implications, Belgrade: CEMES, FPS, 1998.

Some problems of transition in FR Yugoslavia in the light of the experience of the PR China and European post socialist countries, Towards Modern Society – Processes of Transition, Belgrade: Faculty of Political Sciences, Center for Socio-Economic Studies, 1997

9. Recent Conferences/ Invited Speaker:

“The Belt and Road Initiative – (after) Five Years of Networking Connectivity, Opportunities and Challenges”. Navigating Globalisation – China’s Belt and Road Initiatives and Implications for the Caribbean. Sir Arthur Lewis Institute of Social and Economic Studies (SALISES) of the University of the West Indies, Bridgetown, January 29, 2019

“BRI – its Scope, Opportunities and Challenges”, Presenter and moderator of the panel: “Global Aspects of the Belt and Road Initiative”, Conference – Belt and Road Initiative in Balkans, Belgrade Strategic Dialogue, Belgrade, December 10th, 2018.

“China’s Foreign Policy in the Framework of 16+1”, International Symposium on Chinese Strategies Focusing on Chinese politics, Chinese foreign policy, Chinese economics, Chinese security and Chinese Law, Austrian Institute for Research on China and Southeast Asia, the Vienna School of International Studies of the Austrian Foreign Ministry and the Foreign Policy and United Nations Association of Austria, Vienna, October 18-19th 2018.

“Six years of  the ’16+1′ Framework of Cooperation: In Between EU, Expectations and Limitations”, The 3rd Romania-China Academic Round Table Challenges and Adjusting to a Changing Global Economy in the 21st Century, National Institute of Economic Research, Romanian Academy, Bucharest, September 20-21st, 2018.

How to make the Relations between China and Central Europe Balanced; Security Challenges in Central Asia – Central European Perspectives, panellist in the two panels, Antall Jozsef Summer School in Budapest, Budapest, 2-3 July, 2018.

“China’s Growth and Global Growth”. The 4th International Economic Forum on Reform, Transition and Growth, , Institute for Asian Studies and Institute for Political Studies, Faculty of Political Sciences, Belgrade, June 19th, 2018.

“Chinaʼs Engagement in South-Eastern Europe: A View From the Region”, The Western Balkans, the EU and China: Development Perspectives of a Region in Europe, Austro-French Centre for Rapprochement in Europe, German Institute for International and Security Affairs, French Institute for International Relations in cooperation with the Instituto Affari Internazionali Centre International de Formation Europène, Brussels, November 15th 2017.

Belt and Road Initiative and the `16+1` Framework of Cooperation, Centre for Asian and Far Eastern Studies, Faculty of Political Sciences, Institute for Asian Studies, Center for Strategic Alternatives, Belgrade and CCTB, Beijing, November 9th 2017

“China’s Model of Economic Modernization”. Third International Economic Forum on Reform, Transition and Growth, Lomonosov Moscow State University, Moscow, from 1-3rd November 2017.

“Major Challenges of East Asian Security”. The Current Problems of Eurasian Security, The Youth Forum in the Framework of the Cooperation between the Republic of Serbia and the CSTO , Ministry of Defence, Belgrade, October 19th 2017. 

How “Belt & Road” Influences China-CEE Relations? Opportunities and Challenges – A New Opening Stage of “Belt & Road” Initiative, Polish Institute of International Affairs, China-CEEC Think Tanks Network (CASS) and the Chinese Embassy in Poland, Warsaw, September 14th 2017.

„Sixteen plus one framework of cooperation after six years – experiences and expectations“. Substantive Fields and Challenge of CEEC- China Cooperation, European Forum for Belt and Road Cooperation (EUOBOR) and Pallas Athene Geopolitical Foundation (PAGEO), Budapest, May 22nd 2017.

Member of the International Jury at “Understanding China Contest”, International Study Contest on Modern Chinese Economy, Society and Culture, Corvinus University Antall József Knowledge Centre and Central and Eastern European Centre for Asian Studies, Budapest, April 28th 2017.

“China`s and Russia’s Influence in Central and Eastern Europe, European Council on Foreign Relations and Corvinus University, Budapest, April 27th 2017.

Sixteen plus One Framework of Cooperation – Six Years After, 16+1 as part of Belt and Road Initiative in the Context of Realization of Chinese Dream – Achievements, Challenges and Prospects, Institute for Asian Studies: Faculty of Political Sciences, University of Belgrade: Centre for Asian and Far Eastern Studies, Belgrade, April 27th 2017.

“The Institutional Environment and Economic Growth in Transition Countries”, The 2nd International Economic Forum on Reform, Transition and Growth, Corvinus University of Budapest, Budapest, from 3rd to 5th November, 2016.

Economy, Politics and Security of Modern China and the East Asia, Japanese Institute for International Affairs (JIIA), Tokyo, Jun 7th 2016.

“US-China Relations, Japan-US Relations, and Japan-China Relations: JIIA-CIIS Dialogue, Japanese Institute for International Affairs, Tokyo, April 7th 2016.

“Chinese Investment and Infrastructure Projects in the CEE Region: Political and Economic Cost/Benefit Analysis: Session 2”, China and Russiaʼs Influence in Central and Eastern Europe, European Council on Foreign Relations and Corvinus University of Budapest, Budapest, April 27th 2016.

Future Relations between Iran and Japan After Sanction Lifting, Japanese Institute for International Affairs, Tokyo, March 28th 2016.

“One Belt, One Road – An Initiative for Connecting and Remodelling the World”, 3rd Academic Forum – The Silk Road and Interactions Among Civilizations, Centre for Study of Civilizations, Capital Normal University, Beijing, November 13-15h 2015.

“Chinaʼs Silk Road Strategy and Eurasian Regional Cooperation”, 1st International Economic Forum on Reform, Transition and Growth, Jinan University, Guangzhou, November 5-7 2015.

“European Union and the People`s Republic of China at the Beginning of the 21st Century – Strategic Partners and Competitors”, New Europe and its Periphery, The Serbian Political Science Association – Faculty of Political Sciences, Belgrade, September 25-27, 2015.  

“Northeast Asia Peace and Cooperation Initiative and Korean Peninsula”, Confidence Building in Korean Peninsula and the Balkans- Looking for a New Approach and the Helsinki Process, East-West Center, Embassy of the Republic of Korea, Belgrade, September 22nd 2015.

“Existing Global Order, Challenges and Responses”, Globalized World: Advantage or Disadvantage, Institute of International Politics and Economics, Belgrade, September 7th 2015.

“Political Economy of the China plus Sixteen Cooperation Framework”, Relations between China and Central and East European Countries, Institute of International Politics and Economics, Belgrade, September 2015.

“The Belt and Road – An Initiative for Connecting and Remodelling the World”, Symposium on The Silk Road and Interactions Among Civilizations, Centre for Study of Civilizations, Capital Normal University, Beijing, October 2015.

“Politics and Economy in the Framework of China-16 CEE Countries: Case of Serbia”, 2nd Forum for China – Central and Eastern Europe, Institute of Russian, East European and Central Asian Studies, CASS, Beijing, October 16th and 17th 2014.

“Abe`s Foreign Policy – Aims and Challenges Amid the Global Order Reshaping”, Major International Issues in the 21st Century from a Perspective of Japan and Europe, Institute of International Politics and Economics, Belgrade, September 15th 2014.

“Sino-Russian Bilateral and Minilateral Cooperation as element of a New Global Governance”, The National Interests of Russia: Global Priorities, Political Strategies and Prospects”, 1st Congress of the Russian Political Scientists, Russian Society of Political Scientists, Suzdal, 1-3rd July 2014.

“Think-tanks Cooperation, its Importance and Prospects for Cooperation Within 16+1 Framework New Opportunities for China-CEEC Relations, High-Level Symposium of Think Tanks of China and Central and Eastern European Countries, Cooperation between China and Central Eastern European Countries (CEEC), MOFA, China Foundation for Studies (CFIS), Beijing, 19t-20th December 2013.

“Abe Doctrine and East and South-East Asia Security”. East Asia Regional Mechanism and the Trends of Economic Cooperation, 30th EU-Taiwan Conference, Hungarian Institute of International Affairs, Budapest, 11th and 12th December 2013.

“Geopolitical Consequences of China`s Energy Strategy in Central Asia”, Serbia and Eurasian Geopolitical Space, Institute for Political Studies, Belgrade, 2013.

“Geopolitics of Energy as Border Issue”, Round Table Conference: The Meaning of Borders and Border Issues in the Age of Globalization: Europe and Asia, Institute of International Politics and Economics, Belgrade, September 2012.

“Asia 2012 – Developments and Challenges”, Centre for Asian and Far Eastern Studies – Faculty of Political Sciences, Belgrade, September 10th 2012.

“Global Governance and Global Economic Crisis – China and Emerging Powers, The Changing World and China in Development, China Centre for Contemporary World Studies, Beijing, November 2012.

“Important elements and models for upgrading cooperation with Japan – introducing local communities’ potential” Doing Business with Japan – Experiences and Developments”, Centre for Asian and Far Eastern Studies – Faculty of Political Studies, Belgrade, October 30th 2012.

“China’s New Role in a World in Crisis”, 2nd Belgrade Security Forum, Coping with the Crisis Challenges to Democracy and Security, Belgrade Security Forum, Belgrade, from 20th to 22nd September 2012.

“China’s Response to the World Economic Crises and Her Rise”, 7th Annual Conference of the Asian Studies Association of Hong Kong, Contemporary China Research Centre at Hong Kong, Shue Yan University, Hong Kong, 2nd and 3rd March 2012.

The Global Political Economy – Challenges, Management and Prospects”, The Asian Business and Management Conference, The International Academic Forum, Osaka, from 11th to 13th November 2011.

Significance and limits of the FDI in China’s reform and opening up policy implementation. Development Potentials of Foreign Direct Investment: international experiences. Belgrade: Institute of international politics and economics, September 2011.

Chinese politics towards Western Balkan – South-Eastern Erope. Integration of the Western Balkans in the Global Security Network, Belgrade: Association for USA Studies in Serbia and Political Science Faculty Center for USA Studies, 2011.

PR China’s Border Issues within the Framework of Modernization and Opening up. Japan and Serbia: regional cooperation and border issues: a comparative analysis. Belgrade: Institute of International Politics and Economics, 2011

China: Removing Prejudges. Serbia and the World, Belgrade, European Movement in Serbia, 2010.

Models for Deepening Cooperation with PR China and Countries of Central and Easter Asia. Еlements for Foreign Relations Strategy of Serbia. Belgrade: Београд: Institute of International Politics and Economics, 2009.

9. Exhibitions of photos:

  • Japan Seen by my Heart” – The Days of  Japan, Political Science Faculty, Belgrade, October 2010;
  • Japan Seen by my Heart” – Belgrade Cultural Centre, November 2010
  • Japan Seen by my Heart” – Pozarevac City Hall, December 2011
  • Japan Seen by my Heart” – Sumice – Sport and Culture Center, Belgrade, March 2012