Danica Lazović


Fields of research

Peace studies, International Relations, soft power, identity, nationalism, migration, Western Balkans region, Republic of Türkiye


The year of receiving the highest degree of professional qualification 2020.

Danica Lazović was born in Belgrade in 1996. After graduating from Third Belgrade Gymnasium (bilingual education in Serbian and French language) in 2014, she enrolled in BA studies of International Relations at the Faculty of Political Sciences, University of Belgrade. She graduated from the European Integration module in 2018. During BA studies, she participated in one semester student exchange (ERASMUS+ programme) at the Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam. In 2018 she enrolled in the MA in Political Sciences – module International Affairs. She earned the title of MA in International affairs (title of master thesis: “The objectives of diplomatic trilateralism of the Republic of Turkey in the Western Balkans during the decade 2009-2019“) in September 2020. Since October 2020 she is a PhD student at the Faculty of Political Sciences, University of Belgrade. She has been employed at the Institute of Social Sciences since June 2023 as a Junior Research Assistant. She speaks English and French language.

Major publications

Lazović, D. (2021). Religion as a cohesive or divisive factor in the process of peacebuilding. The case study of Bosnia and Herzegovina. Journal for peace and justice studies, 30(1/2), 21-43.

Lazović, D. (2023). Politika prava na privatnost i zaštita podataka o ličnosti na itnernetu: Studija slučaja Turske. Politička revija, 76(2), 219-236.

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