The Bologna Institute for Policy Research | Seminar Series Event | Ognjen-Pribicevic-The-Crisis-of-Liberalism-and-Its-Implications-on-the-Western-Balkans
February 11, 2019 - 18:30 Penthouse - Constitutionalism in Illiberal Democracies Series

The Crisis of Liberalism and Its Implications on the Western Balkans
Ognjen Pribicevic, Institute of Social Sciences, Serbia


hosted by Professor Justin Frosini

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Ognjen Pribicevic has held the position of Senior Research Fellow at the Institute of Social Sciences in Belgrade since 1992.

He recently served as Serbian Ambassador to the United Kingdom (2013-2017), and prior to that was the Serbian Ambassador in Germany (2005-2009).

Pribicevic obtained his PhD in 1988 from the Faculty of Political Science at the University of Belgrade. Since then he also served as Reuters fellow at the Green College, Oxford, 1992; IREX Fellow at the University of Pittsburgh, 1994; and visiting fellow at St Anthony's College, Oxford, 1995,1998 as well as the Institute of Social Sciences, Vienna, 1996.

Dr. Pribicevic has given lectures in Princeton, Pittsburgh, Washington, Colorado, Seattle, New York, Oxford, LSE, Geneva, Paris, Vienna, Heidelberg, and at universities and institutes in Munich

He is the author of two books, Government and Opposition in Serbia, Free Radio B92, Belgrade, 1997 and Rise and Fall of Democratic Opposition of Serbia, Serbian Politics 2000 – 2003 (published only in English) Stubovi Kulture, Belgrad 2010.

His journal articles have been published in Serbia as well as in many other countries, including the USA, Great Britain, Austria, Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, Bulgaria, Switzerland, Germany and Norway. As a political analyst, Dr. Pribicevic has been quoted more than two thousand times both in Serbian and foreign media including The New York Times, The Los Angeles Times, The Washington Post, CNN, BBC, La Repubblica, Le Monde, Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, The Daily Telegraph, The Independent, Financial Times.




 





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