Jasmin Mujanovic is a political scientist and policy specialist of southeast European and international affairs with a PhD from York University in Toronto. His career background is a unique blend of global academic and professional engagement, as Jasmin has worked as a scholar, policy analyst, consultant, researcher, and writer in both North America and Europe.
His academic research concentrates primarily on the politics of contemporary southeastern Europe, with a particular focus on the politics of the non-EU states of the Western Balkans. More broadly, my academic fields of interest and expertise are split between international relations, global political economy, and political theory. He is interested in democratization processes, state development (including the process of state and regime failure), and post-conflict and peace studies, in particular as these topics relate to southeastern and eastern Europe.