MARKOVIC Petar, MA

  • Position :
  • Adjunct Professor

  • Department :
  • International Affairs
  • Office hours :
  • Fridays 14:00 – 15:00
  • Nationality :
  • Slovenia; Montenegro
  • Languages :
  • English, Italian, Serbo-Croatian, Slovenian, French
  • Education :
  • Double PhD Political Science and Political Theory (to be concluded in 2019) - Université Libre de Bruxelles and Libera Universita degli Studi Sociali LUISS in Rome

     

    LLM European Integration – University of Belgrade, Faculty of Law;

     

    BA Politics and International Relations – University of Belgrade, Faculty of Political Science

  • Teaching :
  • Present: Vesalius College

    • European Union Politics

     

    Past: University of Donja Gorica, Montenegro:

    • Contemporary political theory
    • Modern political ideologies
    • International relations theories
    • Political sociology
    • Ethics
  • Research area(s) :
    • European Union
    • Political theory
    • Democratization
    • Western Balkans
  • Research Project(s) :
  • Democratic deficit of the EU and Transnational Civic Culture

  • Selected Publications :
  • Articles and chapters:

    • Marković, P. The Achilles Heel of Democracies in Southeast Europe: Responsiveness Trapped Between Clientelism and the EU. Comparative Balkan Politics, Volume 2, Issue 1 / 2016.
    • Marković, P., Critique of the Theory of EU as a Demoi-cracy: Lessons from the Euro-crisis. In: Brunkhorst, Hauke (ed.) (2017) Social Movements and the Crisis of European Democracy. Eleven International Publishing.
    • Marković, P., (2013). "Does the Lisbon Treaty Overcome the Democratic Deficit of the EU?", School of European Union Law, University of Donja Gorica, Podgorica. [Annual edited volume of articles and contributions to the School of European Union Law]

     

    Commentary in English:

    §"NATO welcomes Montenegro into the Alliance" (2016), Royal United Services Institute (RUSI), https://rusi.org/publication/newsbrief/nato-welcomes-montenegro-alliance

  • Honours & Awards :
  • Scholarships:

     

    2017-2018 Wiener - Anspach postgraduate research grant 2017/2018, DPIR and St Antony's College, University of Oxford, under the guidance of pr. Kalipso Nicolaidis;

     

    2014-2017 GEM PhD School Erasmus Mundus Joint Doctorate;

     

    2009-2010 Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung award scholarship for exceptional academic achievement and outstanding political or social commitment;

     

    2007-2010 Ministry of Education of Montenegro, scholarship for academic excellence;

     

    2006-2010 Municipality of Budva stipend for academic achievement.

     

     

    Other:

     

    1. Golden lira at the National competition of young piano players; Silver lira at the Federal competition of young piano players of Yugoslavia;

     

    1. Second place at the National competition in knowledge of English in Kolašin, Montenegro;

     

    1. First place at the International debate tournament of Skopje, first speaker of the tournament;

     

    1. First place at the State debate tournament of Serbia and Montenegro in Bar, pronounced best

    speaker;

     

    1. BIMUN 2006 – Best speaker at the Security Council;

     

    2011.Winner of the research paper competition “What if EU says No?”, organised by the Centre for dialogue and regional initiatives and Friedrich Ebert Stiftung;