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Ph.D. Jacques RUPNIK Research Director, Centre for International Studies and Research, Paris

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 Studied history at the Sorbonne and Politics at the Institut d'Etudes Politiques de Paris.
1974 M of A in Soviet Studies from Harvard University and Ph. D. (History of International Relations) from the Sorbonne (University Paris I)
1974-1975 Research Associate at the Russian Research Center at Harvard University,
1977-1982 specialist in Eastern Europe at the BBC World Service
1982-1996 Professor at the Institut d'Etudes Politiques de Paris
 Visiting Professor at the College d'Europe in Bruges and one of the editors of the quaterly Transeuropéennes.
1995-1996 Executive Director of the International Commission for the Balkans at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace
1990-1992 advisor to Czech President Vaclav Havel

Memberships

Director Research at CERI, Paris
Professor at College of Europe, Bruges

Publications

L'Europe des Vingt-Cinq. 25 cartes pour un jeu complexe, (with Christian Lequesne), Autrement, Paris, 2004
Les Européens face à l'élargissement. Perceptions, acteurs, enjeux, (ed., conclusion of Bronislaw Geremek), Presses de Sciences Po, Paris, 2004

Awards

Ordre National du Mérite, France
Order of T.G. Masaryk (Czech Republic)