Rigas Feraios

Rigas Feraios


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Speaker - Aleksandra Pecinar

Dr. Pećinar is Honorary Academician of Social Sciences of the "International Academy of Social Sciences" (IASS), Palm Beach, Florida, USA. She holds Ph.D. and MA in General Contemporary History, University of Belgrade, Serbia, MA in Management in Leisure and Tourism, City College- Affiliated Institution of Sheffield University, Thessalonica, Greece and BA degree in Contemporary Greek Language and Literature, University of Belgrade, Serbia.

Dr. Pećinar is Adviser for Geostrategic Issues in South-East Europe of United Nations mandated-University for Peace -European Center for Peace and Development, Belgrade, Serbia. She is associate of the "School of National Defense" of Republic of Serbia, University "Defense" (Ministry of Defense of Republic of Serbia), a Fellow- member of the National Research Foundation "Eleftherios K. Venizelos" from Chania, Crete, Greece and official representative of the aforementioned institution in Serbia. She is a member of the "Institute of Naval history" in Portugal.

Dr. Pećinar is the author of the book Diplomatic and allied relations of Serbia and Greece (1912-1918) which has recently been published under the auspices of Ministry of Defense of Republic of Serbia. In addition to cooperation with professional scientific journals such as The currents of history and Archives, Belgrade, History Illustrated, Athens, her articles were published in business and economy magazine Profit from Belgrade. She is also author with G. Doudoumis of the book, Greece and Serbia as the Stability Factors in the past and in the Balkan's perspective, Hellenic Institute for Strategic Research, Athens 2020.
Dr. Pecinar recently published The Paris 1919 Peace settlement and the Balkans geopolitical realities. A small survey on post WWI geopolitical reshuffle of the Balkans and its’ contemporary consequences and determinants, LAP Lambert Academic Publishing 2020.


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June 24, 2021

11:00 AM CT


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