Siniša Vuković

Senior Lecturer of Conflict Management and Global Policy, Director of the Master of Arts, Global Policy Program (MAGP)

Dr. Siniša Vuković is Senior Lecturer of Conflict Management and Global Policy, and the Director of the Master of Arts in Global Policy Program (MAGP). He is also a visiting professor at the Institute of Security and Global Affairs, Leiden University, and at the Amsterdam University College, University of Amsterdam. He received his PhD in International Relations and Conflict Resolution at Leiden University, an MA in International Relations and Diplomacy from Leiden University and The Netherlands Institute of International Relations “Clingendael”, and a BA (laurea) in Political Science from University of Rome “La Sapienza”. 

He is the recipient of many research grants, including “Rubicon” from the Netherlands Organization for Scientific Research (NWO), and Gerda Henkel Foundation research grant. His research focuses on various forms of international conflict resolution, negotiation and mediation. He has published in a range of scholarly journals such as Journal of Peace Research, Cooperation and Conflict, Global Policy, Washington Quarterly, Studies in Conflict and Terrorism, Swiss Political Science Review, Millennium Journal of International Studies, International Journal of Conflict Management, International Negotiation, Asia and the Pacific Policy Studies, and Ethnopolitics, policy-relevant outlets such as Foreign Affairs, Foreign Policy, European Council on Foreign Relations, World Economic Forum, Sustainable Security, and Policy Forum, and contributed to several edited volumes with book chapters. His books include International Multiparty Mediation and Conflict Management (Routledge, 2017), Rethinking Conflict Management and Resolution (with I. William Zartman; 2022, Edward Elgar), and Rethinking the Ripeness Debate (co-edited with Tetsuro Iji; 2022, Routledge). He is currently working a book project The International Negotiation Process (with P. Terrence Hopmann). He is also the co-editor of the forthcoming Research Handbook on the Politics of International Agreements (with P. Terrence Hopmann, publisher Edward Elgar). He has taught a variety of undergraduate and graduate courses related to the field of conflict management, with a particular focus on the process of negotiation and mediation.