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IAFIE Intelligence Studies Digest

Dr. Filip Kovacevic

 

Filip Kovacevic (PhD, University of Missouri, 2002) is adjunct professor in the Departments of Politics and International Studies at the University of San Francisco, where he was the first to design and teach a course on intelligence. He is on leave from the University of Montenegro where he has taught since 2005. A Montenegrin author and geopolitical analyst, he has lectured and taught across Europe, the Balkans, the former USSR, and the U.S, including two years at the first liberal arts college in Russia, Smolny College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, operating under the auspices of St. Petersburg State University. He was also a National Endowment for the Humanities Summer Institute Fellow and an Open Society Institute Fellow.

Dr. Kovacevic has contributed chapters to The Routledge International Handbook of Universities, Security, and Intelligence Studies (2019) and Handbook of Asian Intelligence Cultures (2020) and published articles in dozen academic journals, including Intelligence and National Security, Eastern European Politics and Societies, Mediterranean Quarterly, Political and Military Sociology: An Annual Review, Debatte: Journal of Central and Eastern Europe,and International Journal of Applied Psychoanalytic Studies. He is the author of a theoretical study Liberating Oedipus? Psychoanalysis as Critical Theory (Lexington Books, 2007) and several books in Montenegrin language.

Dr. Kovacevic specializes in  Russian and Eurasian intelligence history and spy fiction and his current research includes the publications of Soviet and Russian intelligence authors and historians.

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