Doctoral School of Political Science, Public Policy, and International Relations
The Doctoral School is an academic community home to more than 50 permanent faculty members and over 90 doctoral students. The Doctoral Program in Political Science has been established by the School of Public Policy and Departments of Political Science and International Relations with the aim of contributing to a spirit of cooperation between faculty and students and foster the consolidation of a common academic community across the three departments.
Doctoral Defense - Vujo Ilic: COUSINS IN ARMS: SOCIAL STRUCTURE AND CIVIL WAR MOBILIZATION IN MONTENEGRO
Doctoral Defense - Mario Munta: The Influence of the European Semester on Employment Policies in Central and Eastern Europe: Mechanisms, Conditions and Policy Change