Laurynas Jonavičius

Holds MA degree in Political Science (International Relations and Diplomacy) from the Institute of International Relations and Political Science, Vilnius University (IIRPS).
He has been working as a lecturer at the IIRPS since 2005 and has recently completed his PhD studies at the Institute.
Laurynas Jonavičius served as an adviser to the President of the Republic of Lithuania (Foreign Policy Group). 

Syllabus:

  • International politics
  • International Relations theories
  • Russia and CIS studies
  • Modern Russia ant it's foreign policy
  • Eastern and Central Europe: Regional Cooperation
  • Russia studies
  • MA Seminar
  • Contemporary Russia and Its Foreign Policy
  • Tarptautinių santykių teorijos ir tyrimo metodai II
  • Belarus and Ukraine Studies
  • Modern Russia and its Foreign Policy

Additional Information:

Email: laurynas.jonavicius [eta] tspmi.vu.lt

Publications:
Monographs:

- Jonavičius L.,  The Structural Influence of External Factors on the Transformation of Post-Soviet Regimes: Case of Ukraine and Georgia = išorinių veiksnių struktūrinis poveikis posovietinių režimų transformacijai: Ukrainos ir Gruzijos atvejai: daktaro disertacijos ištrauka, Vilnius, 2010, - 45.
Articles:
- Jonavičius L., Why Ukraine and Georgia have not used the "Window of Opportunity"? Neo-Institutional Analysis of Transformational Stagnation in Georgia and Ukraine, UNISCI Discussion Papers. 2009, no. 19. January, Complutense University of Madrid, p. 12-37
- Jonavičius L., Struktūros ir jų persidengimas: teorija ir praktika.  Politologija, Vilniaus universitetas. 2009, nr. 2 (54), p. 59-90.
- Jonavičius L., The democracy promotion policies of Central and Eastern European states. FRIDE working papers. 2008, no. 55, p. 1-18.
- Jonavičius L., Geopolitical projections of new Lithuanian foreign policy.  Lithuanian foreign policy review. 2006, nr. 1, p. 16-41.
Translations:
- Jonavičius L. (together with Lopata R., Sirutavičius v., Zdanavičius L.), Assessment of the long-term development programme and strategy (2007-2016) of Kaliningrad region of the Russian Federation, Vilnius, 2007, - 183.