Aleksandar Jazić joined the Institute of International Politics and Economics in 2011, where his main areas of academic interest include the local self-government, civil protection, propaganda, terrorism, international organisations and public diplomacy. Aleksandar obtained his PhD defending dissertation System of Local Self-government in the Visegrad Group States at the Faculty of Political Science, University of Belgrade (2012). He had earned his MA degree in International Relations at the Faculty of Political Science, University of Belgrade (thesis: Propaganda in Foreign Policy), and had graduated from the Department of Political Science, Faculty of Political Science, University of Belgrade.
Jazić was co-coordinator of the bilateral project “The impact of EU conditionality to the rights and protection of minorities in Slovakia and Serbia” (2012-2014) conducted by IIPE and the Comenius University from Bratislava, Slovakia. Also, Jazić participated on the project of the Visegrad Group (2011) which final result was book titled Two decades of Visegrad cooperation – selected bibliography V4.
He is the author of dozens of articles on local self-government, civil protection, propaganda, public diplomacy, European Union, terrorism. He was the main editor of proceedings entitled Serbia and European Union – preparations for negotiations on chapters 23 and 24 and co-editor of proceedings entitled Serbia, region and European Union. Besides of scientific articles, Aleksandar authored three books.
Aleksandar is a member of Editorial Board of the IIPE′s journal Međunarodna politika. He is proficient in English.