Assistant Teacher, Faculty of Political Sciences, University of Belgrade
Milan Krstić (28 August 1989, Belgrade, Serbia) is a Teaching Assistant and PhD Candidate at the University of Belgrade Faculty of Political Sciences (Serbia).
He graduated from the London School of Economics and Political Science (United Kingdom) in 2013 (MSc in History of International Relations) and obtained his second master’s degree (MA in Computing in Social Sciences) from the University of Belgrade in 2017, after obtaining a BA degree in International Politics at the University of Belgrade Faculty of Political Sciences in 2012.
He has published more than 15 academic articles and reviews in national and international journals, as well as co-edited one book.
His principal areas of academic interest are the U.S. Foreign Policy and National Security, Political History of the Balkans, Contemporary Balkan Relations and International Relations and Foreign Policy Theory.
In 2017, Milan was scholar of the State Department´s program "Study of the US Institute for Scholars on the US Foreign Policy" at Bard College (New York, USA).
In 2018 he participated at the Stanford University (California, USA) programme Leadership Academy for Development.
From October 2018 to March 2019 he was a researcher at University of Bologna (Italy).
Milan Krstić is also one of the founders and the Director for Communications of the Center for Social Dialogue and Regional Initiatives (CSDRI), a Belgrade-based CSO which has implemented several dozens of projects, with the main aim to foster dialogue about perspectives for sustainable regional cooperation in the Balkans, as well as about perspectives for rapprochement in the US-Serbian relations.