Activities

Implemented activities: 

  • 96 hours of teaching/year on International Relations, EU Foreign Policy, and the Western Balkans.
    You can find the Syllabus of the three year (+ 1 year of extension) of the Chair:
  • 3 lecture series open also to general public, with distinguished speakers.
    See Seminar Series webpage for details and posters
  • 12 students' internships at OBCT
  • an accademic Conference, in the end of the project, involving speakers from the lecture series and other scholars selected through an international call:

Sample of students' research papers:

These are the evaluations by the students on the Chiar's holder courses and on the credit seminars:

Publications related to the Chair: 

  • Roberto Belloni, The Rise and Fall of Peacebuilding in the Balkans, Houndmills: Palgrave, 2020. Link
    An excerpt can be accessed hereLink
    Some reviews can be found here: 
    Journal of Intervention and Statebuilding: Link
    International Peacekeeping: Link
    Journal of Balkan & Near Eastern Studies: Link
     
  • Roberto Belloni, I Balcani dopo le guerre. Ascesa e declino dell'intervento internazionale. Roma: Carocci Link
    Some reviews and interviews can be found here
    Osservatorio Balcani e Caucaso Transeuropa: Link
    Letture: Link
     
  • Roberto Belloni, "Assessing the Rise of Macroregionalism in Europe: the EU Strategy for the Adriatic and Ionian Macroregion (EUSAIR)," Journal of International Relations and Development, 2020, 23, pp. 814-839: Link
     
  • Roberto Belloni and Jasmin Ramovic, "Elites and Everyday Social Contracts in Bosnia and Herzegovina: Pathways to Forging a National Social Contract," Journal of Intervention and Statebuilding, 2020, 14 (1), pp. 42-63: Link
     
  • Roberto Belloni, Vincent della Sala, Paul R. Viotti (eds.) Fear and Uncertainty in Europe: The Return to Realism? Houndmills: Palgrave, 2019: Link
     
  • Roberto Belloni, “The Multi-level Dimensions of Peace: The New Macro Regionalism in Europe,” in Christina Atieno and Colin Robinson, eds., Post-Conflict Security, Peace and Development. Cham: Springer, 2019, pp. 55-68: Link