Senada Šelo Šabić
Scientific associate in the Institute for Development and International Relations in Zagreb.
She holds a PhD in political science from the European University Institute in Florence (2003)
and has earned two Masters degrees – in international relations from the University of Zagreb
(1999) and in peace studies from the University of Notre Dame, USA (1996). She is editor-in-
chief of the Croatian International Relations Review and is the external teacher at the Faculty of
Political Science, University of Zagreb. Senada is the author of a monograph State Building
under Foreign Supervision: Intervention in Bosnia and Herzegovina 1996-2003, book chapters
and articles. She worked previously for the government, in diplomacy, for an international
organization, and in business. Senada received several distinguished academic grants, the most
recent the Fulbright Scholars’ Program Fellowship in 2011.
Senada Šelo Šabić is editor-in-chief of the Croatian International Relations Review and is a
teacher at the University of Zagreb.
Field of interest: Croatian foreign policy, Southeast Europe, EU enlargement, development
cooperation and migration
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