• Bio

    Rajko Radevic joined CIDS in January 2015 as an Country Project Manager for the Building Integrity Project in Montenegro. He has got extensive project management experience. In the period 2007-2011, he worked as a research fellow at a leading think tank in Montenegro where he managed projects on security sector reform, NATO enlargement, and integrity building. Between 2011 and 2014, he was the country project manager for the Defence and Security Sector Reform Project (DSSR) financed by the Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Most recently he was a part of the project covering nine countries in South East Europe within the framework of NATO´s Building Integrity initiative. In this capacity Mr. Radevic was responsible for the analysis that aimed to identify institutional risk factors in Montenegro´s defence and security sector.
    Mr. Radevic attended high school in Washington State and obtained BA and MA degrees in Diplomacy and International Relation from the Faculty of Political Science in Belgrade. During his postgraduate studies he received a scholarship from the Norwegian Embassy and completed his thesis at the Norwegian Institute of International Affairs (NUPI). Mr. Radevic is currently enrolled in a doctoral programme in International Security at the Faculty for Social Sciences, Ljubljana University. He has also been a fellow at several leading research institutes in Norway, Slovenia and Serbia, and has contributed to many conferences in Europe and the United States.