Mr. Srdjan Petkanic, Ma



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Mr. Srdjan Petkanic, Ma

Gandijeva 147

YU-11070 Novi Beograd

Serbia


Phone: 062 8 500 955

E-mail: psergio1@yahoo.com


Employment History



12/2002-present Institute for European Studies (IES)
Working as Research Associate. Field of research: Serbia and Montenegro and Euro-Atlantic Integrations.
01/2004-12/2004 Parliament of Serbia and Montenegro
Worked as Advisor in Defense Committee. Project was initiated by DCAF and implemented through OSCE office, Belgrade.

07/2002-04/2003 Atlantic Council of Serbia and Montenegro (ACSM)
Worked as a Project Manager in security-defense oriented NGO, based in Belgrade. Duties: organization of international conferences and other educational activities, financial management of a budget and publications management. I also maintained regular contact with independent infomation sources and provided analysis for the purpose of the Atlantic Council.


Education



9/2000-6/2001 MA European Politics. Lund University, Sweden.
Studied European integration from a political, legal and economic prospective. Wrote master thesis on “Yugoslavia and the EU: Prospectives for membership”, an analysis of current Yugoslav economic and political indicators and the likelihood for membership in the European Union in the near future.
9/1993-6/1998 BA Political Science. Faculty of Political Science, University of Belgrade, Yugoslavia.
Studied at the political science department. Wrote bachelor thesis on “The role of electronic media in the process of transition” and received highest possible grade for it.
Seminars (most important)
12/2006 The 52nd General Assembly of the Atlantic Treaty Association, Athens, Greece.
06/2005 Drina Project, Belgrade-Sarajevo.
03/2005 G17 Institute, Fifth School of Defense and Security Sector Reform. Location: Belgrade.

02/2004 Roundtable on parliamentary oversight on defence and security sector on Security sector budgeting, arms trade and procurement. Event has been organized by OSCE.


11/2002 PASS NATO Summit, Prague, Czech Republic.
09/2002 International Conference "European Security after Prague", Budapest, Hungary.
05/2002 International conference “Security challenges in southeastern Europe: Ways of building stability and confidence”, Belgrade, Serbia and Montenegro.
Published articles (most important)
Serbia After Riga Summit- Step Closer to Europe” (IES, 2007)

Basics of the democratic oversight of the Army”, Scientific Journal Puls, October 2005.


Theoretical background of the process of European integration”, Challenges of European Union, Special Edition 2, October 2005, Insitute of European Studies, Belgrade.


Languages
Serbian Native tongue

English Fluent, both oral and written

German Read, write and partially understand

Russian Read, write and partially understand


Other Information
Date of Birth : 12|14|74

Birthplace: Belgrade, Yugoslavia

Driving licence: yes

Toefl score: 233

Computer skills: Microsoft office packages, word processors, spreadsheets and internet.

Hobbies: I enjoy sports, music, reading and meeting new people.

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