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Liliana Popescu is Professor Dr. Habil. at the National School of Political Studies and Public Administration (SNSPA) Bucharest, in the Department of Political Science and European Studies. She teaches international relations, Russian and Eastern European politics, and foreign policy. Presently she is Vice-Rector. She holds a Ph.D. from the University of Manchester, Department of Government (1996). Liliana was adviser to the minister and Director of the Policy Planning Unit within the Romanian Ministry of Foreign Affairs (1998 – 1999).
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The National University of Political and Administrative Studies, Bucharest
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Liliana Popescu has a history of pioneering in the area of civic and public campaigns: in support of promoting women experts in international relations in the public space (2020); in support of democracy in Romania (Respect platform, 2017); the first Diversity Festival (2004, as co-initiator and co-organizer); the first public protest against domestic violence (2000 – CNN, BBC, ABC etc presented the event).
Her publications are related to gender politics and political evolutions in the post-soviet region. As a feminist activist and scholar, Liliana became increasingly involved in activities and writings to counter the current wave of encroachments on women’s rights. She set up in March 2020 the Eastern and South-Eastern European Network of experts in international relations (ESEE Fanel, http://esee-fanel.net/)
Main publications in English:
Individual Freedom and Political Manipulation. Bucureşti: Politeia-SNSPA, 2003.
“Post-Totalitarian Pre-Feminism,” co-author Mihaela Miroiu, in Henry F. Carey (ed.), Romania since 1989: Politics, Economics, and Society. Lanham, MD: Lexington Books/Rowman and Littlefield, 2004.
· ”Challenges at EU’s New Eastern Frontier Twenty Years after USSR’s Fall”, Romanian Journal of Political Science, vol. 11, no.2, November 2011, http://www.sar.org.ro/polsci/?p=730
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