Dr Ognjen Pribićević
Previous important state positions:
Scientific Advisor, Institute of Social Sciences, 1992- present Previous Position:
Researcher, Institute for Journalism, 1991-1992
Ambassador to the Federal Republic of Germany, 2005-2009 Assistant Minister of Foreign Affairs, 2004-2005
PhD, Faculty of Political Science, University of Belgrade, 1988 VIA, University of Belgrade, 1985 3A University of Belgrade, 1982
St Anthony's College, Oxford, 1995, 1998 Institute of Social Sciences, Vienna, 1996 IREX Fellow, University of Pittsburgh, 1994 Reuters Fellow, Green College, Oxford, 1992
Dr Pribicevic gave lectures at Princeton, Pittsburgh, Washington, Colorado, Seattle, New York, Oxford, Geneva, Paris, Vienna, Heidelberg, Munich universities and institutes, etc.
Publications and Books:
Government and Opposition in Serbia, Free Radio B92, Belgrade,1997. Rise and Fall of Democratic Opposition of Serbia, Serbian Politics, 2000 -2003, (published only in English), Stubovi Kulture, Belgrade, 2010.
Co- authored seven books including:
"Security Sector Reform in Central and Eastern Europe", edited by N.Germann and A. Karkoszka, Geneva Centre for the Democratic Control of Armed Forces - DCAF, Geneva Switzerland, 2005
"The Extreme Right in Europe", edited by S.P Ramet, Penn State University, USA, 1999
"Elections to the Federal and Republican Parliaments of Yugoslavia 1990-1996", Sigma, Berlin, Germany, 1998
Apart from Serbia his articles were published in fourteen countries including USA, Great Britain, Austria, Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, Bulgaria, Switzerland, Germany, Norway, Croatia, Slovenia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, and Macedonia.
Among others, Dr Pribicevic published his articles in " Journal of Southeast European and Black Sea Studies ",London, "Nordisk Ost Forum", Oslo, "Uncaptive Minds", Washington "The World Today" London, etc.
He was on the Academic Advisory Board of Freedom House, New York, for the publication of the journal Nations in Transition, 2001 -2003.
He was Associate of Oxford Analytica Journal, 2001- 2003.
As a political analyst, Dr Pribicevic has been quoted more than 2,000 (two thousand times) in the domestic and foreign media including The New York Times, The Los Angeles Times, The Washington Post, CNN, the BBC, La Repubblica, Le Monde, Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, The Daily Telegraph, The Independent, Financial Times, etc.
Dr Pribicevic was born in 1960, in Belgrade.
He is married. With wife Dragana he has a son, Aleksandar, who is 7-years old. He has a daughter, Hana, from his previous marriage.
Languages: Fluent English Basic knowledge of German