Rick Herrmann, emeritus faculty in political science and the former director of the Mershon Center for International Security Studies, served as a panelist at the international conference “Serbian-American Partnership Throughout the Centuries” in July. Hosted by the Faculty of Political Science at the University of Belgrade, the two-day conference featured American Ambassador Christopher Hill, U.S. Senator from Wisconsin Tammy Baldwin and prominent faculty and scholars from across Serbia, Croatia and the United States.
Herrmann addressed “The International System and American-Serbian Relations in the 21st Century: Geopolitics and Internal Politics as Drivers” as part of the “Is the 21st Century the American Century” Panel at the conference. Panel participants also included Jeff Peake, Clemson University, Mladen Lišanin, Institute for Political Studies Belgrade, and Stevan Nedeljković and Dragan Živojinović, Center for the Studies of the United States of America.
The Conference is part of the project “For the next 140 Years of Serbian-American Partnership” which is implemented by the Center for the Studies of the United States of America, Faculty of Political Science, University of Belgrade, and supported and financed by the Public Diplomacy Office of the Embassy of the United States of America to the Republic of Serbia.