Name: Aleksandra Babović
Country of origin: Serbia
Residence: Kobe, Japan
Undergraduate: Political Sciences (Sciences Po Dijon)
Graduate: Master of Arts in Management Public International (Sciences Po Paris)
Postgraduate: Japanese Government Scholar (Kobe University)
Institute of International Politics and Economics in Belgrade (IIEP)
Ministry of Justice of Republic of Serbia, Department of International Activities, EU Integration and Projects (MPravde)
Aleksandra Babovic was born in Belgrade, Serbia in 1986. She pursued the undergraduate program in Political Science at delocalized campus for Central and Eastern Europe Institute of Political Studies – Sciences Po Dijon from 2005 to 2008. In 2007, she was awarded with Hans-Dieter Klingemann award for the best essay in European Comparative Politics.
From 2007 to 2011, she performed at the Institute of International Politics and Economics in Belgrade actively researching about Japanese diplomacy and participating in international conferences dedicated to Japan.
From 2008-2010, Aleksandra did Master of Arts in Management Public International at Sciences Po Paris, Department of International Affairs. The international affairs were analyzed with multidisciplinary approach through seminars and workshops in international public law, judicial and non-governmental institutions, praxis and redaction of international legal texts, negotiation, conflict resolution, diplomacy and IR. The title of her graduation thesis is “From Nuremberg to Hague: Advancements of the International Criminal Justice”. Subsequently, she has special interest in International Criminal Law and Justice, with emphasis on the International Criminal Court.
In 2010, she did a short internship in the Ministry of Justice of Republic of Serbia in Department of International Activities, EU Integration and Projects.
Currently, Aleksandra is beneficiary of a Monbukagakusho Scholarship of Japanese Government, studying at Kobe University, Graduate School of Law. Her research focuses on nature of modern Japanese diplomacy through examination of its relations with other important countries and regions. Simultaneously, she has continued her research on criminal justice and international law of armed conflicts, subjects that are starting to flourish among Japanese scholars and broader academic public.
- 2011, Review of Savremena međunarodna trgovina (Contemporary International Trade) by Bjelić, Sanja Jelisavac – Trošić, Ivana Popović – Petrović, Montenegrin Journal of Economics, Vol.11, No. 1, June 2011; http://mnje.com/Archive.aspx?magazine=22
- 2011, “The nature of Japan's connections with Southeast Asian community (ASEAN)”, Lingua- Culture Contextual Studies in Ethnic Conflicts in the World (LICCOSEC), Research Institute for World Languages Osaka University, vol.17, 2011;
- 2009, "Recent political relations between Japan and two Koreas”, Lingua-Culture Contextual Studies in Ethnic Conflicts in the World (LICCOSEC), Research Institute for World Languages Osaka University, vol.11, 2009;
- 2009, Sino-Japanese relations from normalization to today, in “Japan and Serbia in a Foreseeable Future”, Lingua-Culture Contextual Studies in Ethnic Conflicts in the World (LICCOSEC), Research Institute for World Languages Osaka University, Vol. 7, 2009;
- March 2008, Review of the Conference Japan and the World, Review of International Affairs, January-March 2008, Institute of International Politics and Economics, Belgrade;
- November 2007, “ L’indépendance du Kosovo - Le Côté serbe”, Journal Europa; www.journaleuropa.org
- July 2007, « La Societe civile Serbe », CERI :Centre d’Etudes et de Recherches Internationales; http://www.ceri-sciences-po.org/archive/july07/mem_ab.pdf
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