Meet Our Professors

Dr. Jasmin Hasić

Head of Department

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Ph.D. in Political Science from the Universite libre de Bruxelles and LUISS Guido Carli of Rome. BA from Masaryk University in the Czech Republic in International Relations and European studies, and an M.A. degree in Political Science from Central European University. LL.B., and an LL.M. (Hon) from the University of Sarajevo. His research interests revolve around diaspora studies and demographic changes associated with post-conflict migration, along with peacebuilding and transitional justice in multicultural societies.

Dr. Dženeta Karabegović

Department of International Relations and European Studies

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PhD at the University of Warwick, UK. M.A. in International Relations from the University of Chicago. B.A. (Hons) at the University of Vermont in Political Science and German with a Holocaust Studies minor. U.S. Fulbright Fellow at the Hugo Valentin Centre at Uppsala University in Sweden. Visiting Scholar at the Harriman Institute at Columbia University. Her academic work has been published in Global Networks, Nationalism and Ethnic Politics and the Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies.

Dr. Adis Maksić

Department of International Relations and European Studies

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PhD in Planning, Governance and Globalization from Virginia Tech University. MA degree in Political Science from Virginia Tech University. Author of “Ethnic Mobilization, Violence and the Politics of Affect: Serb Democratic Party and the Bosnian War,” a widely acknowledged book published in 2017. He produced several articles in notable academic journals. His ongoing research examines the role of political agency in nationalist mobilizations in the Balkans and the completing intership or writing an undergraduate thesis.

Dr. Selma Delalić

Department of International Relations and European Studies

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Ph.D. in International Relations and Diplomacy from the Faculty of Political Science, University in Sarajevo. She has previously served as dean at the American University in BiH. She is also a certified British Council trainer for the following communication skills: presentation, negotiating, effective meeting, formal correspondence, lobbying, leadership, conferences, and debates. She has many years of working experience in the law enforcement agencies of Bosnia and Herzegovina in the field of international cooperation.

Guest Lecturers

Dr. Samira Nuhanović

Department of International Relations and European Studies


PhD in Economics from the University of Trento and European Research Center for Cooperatives and Social Enterprises. MPhil in International Relations from the University of Cambridge and a BA in Political Science and International Relations from the International Islamic University Malaysia. Her research interests include cooperative economics, economics of non- profit organizations and institutional economics. Samira previously worked for the Ministry of Civil Affairs of BiH.

Dr. Alija Kožljak

Department of International Relations and European Studies


Holds a Ph.D. in political science from the University of Sarajevo exploring the policy of the UN Security Council in endorsing peace plans for Bosnia and Herzegovina. M.A. in Security studies from the University of Sarajevo and M.A. in International Relations from Kings College in London, UK. He completed his undergraduate education at the Military Academy in Belgrade and the University of Sarajevo. His wider research interests are entrenched in international relations, security strategies, foreign policy, and diplomacy.

Dr. Anida Sokol

Department of International Relations and European Studies


PhD in History of Europe from the Faculty of Political Science, Sapienza University in Rome. MA in English Language and Literature from the Faculty of Philosophy, University of Sarajevo. Her research interests included language policies and memory politics and currently she is working as a researcher and coordinator of research projects at Mediacentar Sarajevo.

Dr. Veronica Czastkiewicz

Department of International Relations and European Studies


Ph.D. from Northeastern University in Boston. She has collaborated with a diverse set of institutions including Cornell College, the University of Colorado, Colorado Community Colleges, and Jagiellonian University in Poland. Her research focuses on American public policy, specifically problem definition. She has published on education policy, democracy and its discontents, and the ethics of teaching trauma and memory to students.

MSc. Davor Vuletić

Department of International Relations and European Studies


MSc in European studies from University of Bologna and the University of Sarajevo, currently completing his PhD in European Law at the University of Zagreb. He was the Head of Cabinet of the Minister of Foreign Affairs of BiH and Advisor in the Office for Economic Diplomacy in BiH Ministry of Foreign Affairs. He served as Advisor for Foreign Policy and European integration in the BiH Presidency for over five years. Currently he is also a member of the House of Representatives in the FBiH Parliament.

Aiša Telalović, M.A.

Department of International Relations and European Studies


MA in International Policy and Diplomacy from Staffordshire University, United Kingdom. BA degree from the Faculty of Philosophy of the University of Sarajevo. Works at the Bosnian-American Friendship Association – Restart, and has previously worked with the Sector for Diaspora of the Ministry of Human Rights and Refugees of Bosnia and Herzegovina, the British Council in Bosnia and Herzegovina, UNHCR Representation for Bosnia and Herzegovina, and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Bosnia and Herzegovina.