Dr Gorana Grgić is a jointly appointed Senior Lecturer at the School of Social and Political Sciences (Discipline of Government and International Relations) and the United States Studies Centre at the University of Sydney. She is also an Expert Associate with the ANU National Security College.
In recent years, Gorana was a Research Fellow in Grand Strategy at the Hertie School’s Centre for International Security, Partners Across the Globe Research Fellow at the NATO Defense College, and a Visiting Fellow at the Harvard Center for European Studies. Her research interests include US foreign policy, transatlantic relations, conflict resolution and democratisation, and her current research projects and teaching activities are funded by the EU, NATO, and the Australian Department of Defence.
Gorana strongly believes in translating scholarly work in order to help improve public debate and decision making in all aspects of domestic politics and international affairs. She has consulted government and corporate entities in Australia, the United States, and Europe. She has been a regular political analyst for broadcasters such as ABC Australia and Bloomberg, and has contributed to a number of Australian and international media outlets and policy institutes.
Prior to her academic career, Gorana worked for the United Nations Development Programme in Croatia and Special Broadcasting Service in Australia.
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8 November 2022