Visiting Scholar, Duke University
Professeur Langue et Civilisation Roumaine, Universite de Paris III Centre d’Etude des Civilisations de l’Europe Central E et du sud-est Paris
President of the Aspen Institute Romania, Former Foreign Minister of Romania
Researcher, National Council for the Search of Security’s Archives (CNSAS), Romania.
Visiting Scholar, Harriman Institute, Columbia University.
Linda Kirschke (Ph.D., Politics, Princeton University, 2010), works on armed conflict during periods of regime change. Her manuscript, Playing the Ethnic Card: Party Networks and Violence During Democratization, draws on a large-N study of 68 multiparty transitions and fieldwork in Serbia and Romania. Her articles have appeared in Comparative Political Studies and The Journal of Modern African Stu...
Senior Lecturer, The Hebrew University
Associate Professor, University of Pittsburgh
Military pensioner with the Service of Protection and Guard, Bucharest
His research focuses on the Cold War and military history, the security and foreign policy of Romania and the history of international relations. He was one of the associate researchers within the project coordinated by Professor Vojtech Mastny (“The Legacy of the Soviet Bloc-India Relations and US-Indian Strategic Partnership”, The Parallel History Project on Cooperative Security, 2007-2010).
Researcher, Nicolae Iorga Institute of History, Bucharest, Romania.
Lecturer, Faculty of Orthodox Theology-University of Bucharest; Fellow, Institut für Byzanzforschung – Österreichische Akademie der Wissenschaften
Ionuţ-Alexandru Tudorie is a lecturer at the Faculty of Orthodox Theology – University of Bucharest, teaching Church History and fellow of Institut für Byzanzforschung – Österreichische Akademie der Wissenschaften (Vienna). He has a PhD in Theology at the University of Bucharest. Also, he is editor of the periodical Studii Teologice. His most recent publications are: A.A. Vasiliev...