Edislav Manetovic

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Job title: 

Assistant Professor

Phone: 

(516)876-3100

E-mail: 

manetovice@oldwestbury.edu

Building: 

New Academic Building

Room: 

3079

Courses taught: 

  • Undergraduate: Model United Nations; International Relations; Political Economy of the Third World; International Political Economy; The Global South; Ethnopolitics in the World; Introduction to US Politics; International Security and Conflict; New Dimensions of Human Security; Religion, Law and War; Human Rights, Law and Policy; Global Governance; Research Project; Introduction to Comparative Politics; Human Rights in Comparative Perspective.
  • Graduate (M.A.): European Union: Development and Dynamics; European Union: External Affairs; Politics at the UN: Relevance and Reform; International Organizations; Peacemaking and Peacekeeping; Causes of War; Conflict Prevention; Art and Science of International Negotiation; Theories of International Relations; US Foreign Policy; American Grand Strategy; Seminar in Foreign Policy Analysis; Statecraft: Designing Foreign Policy; Comparative Foreign Policy; Politics of Cultural and Ethnic Pluralism; Masters Research Project.

Education: 

  • 2005 Ph.D. in Political Science, City University of New York - The Graduate Center
  • 2001 M.Phil. in Political Science, City University of New York - The Graduate Center
  • 1995 M.A. in International Relations, City University of New York - City College
  • 1993 B.A. in International Studies, City University of New York - City College

Research interests: 

  • International Politics (Human Rights, International Organizations, Theories of International Relations, Foreign Policy Strategy)
  • Comparative Politics (Nations and Nationalism, Methods and Concepts, Modernizing Nations)

Select publications & presentations: 

Articles in Refereed Journals

  • “Serbian National Identity: Looking Beyond the Modernization Paradigm”, Serbian Science Today, Vol.1, No.1, 2016. pp. 18-29.
  • “Sjedinjene Americke Drzave i problem Kosova i Metohije” [USA and the Kosovo Problem], Medjunarodni Problemi, Vol. LXII, No. 3, 2010, pp. 531-563.
  • “Ilija Garasanin: Nacertanije and Nationalism”, The Historical Review / Le Revue Historique, Vol. III, No. 1, 2006, pp. 137-173.

Book Chapters

  • “Ko smo to ‘mi’?” [Who Are “We”?], in Milos Petrovic (ed.), Dva veka nase politicke i kulturne istorije, 1804-2004 [Two Centuries of Our Political and Cultural History, 1804-2004], Krusevac: Krusevacka filozofsko-knjizevna skola, 2004, pp. 183-195.
  • “Serbia and Montenegro,” in Lawyers Committee for Human Rights, Critique: Review of the U.S. Department of State's Country Reports on Human Rights Practices for 1994, New York: Lawyers Committee for Human Rights, 1995, pp. 213-222.

Edited Books

  • New States, Old Problems, and Innovative Solutions: Bosnia-Herzegovina and the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia, Monograph Series on Rebuilding Fractured Communities, New York: United Nations Development Programme, 2001.

Book Reviews and Afterwords

  • Afterword to Milan Jazbec, Security and Diplomacy in the Western Balkans, Ljubljana: International Institute for Middle East and Balkan Studies, 2007, pp. 189-195.
  • “Communist Party of Poland,” review of Gabriel Simoncini, Communist Party of Poland, 1918-1929, Nationalities Papers No. 2 (1996), pp. 333-35.

Newspaper Articles

  • Over twenty opinion pieces on domestic and international politics for the Belgrade-daily Politika