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Justinas Lingevičius

Research areas
International Relations

Justinas Lingevičius graduated with a Bachelor’s degree of Political Science in 2014. In 2016 he gained the Master’s degree in International Relations and Diplomacy (Magna Cum Laude) at the Institute of International Relations and Political Science. He already presented research at the international conferences at Stanford (2018) and Birkbeck (2015) Universities.

From 2020, Justinas Lingevičius studies PhD and writes the dissertation “Technologies and Security Perception: Formation of AI Norms in the European Union” (supervisor prof. dr. Dovilė Jakniūnaitė).

Research interests

Foreign politics analysis

European integration

Lithuanian foreign politics

Publications

Justinas Lingevičius, „Identity Discourse within a Geopolitical Crisis: The Case of Lithuania.“ POLITIKON: The IAPSS Journal of Political Science, 44, 2020, 26-43.

Justinas Lingevičius, „Being a Small State: Discussion on the Role of Size.“ Baltic Journal of Political Science, 7-8, 2018, 73-91.

Justinas Lingevičius, „Kaip kalbėti apie mažas valstybes? Mažumo reikšmių analizė.“ Politologija, 2 (82), 2016, 32-74.

Justinas Lingevičius, „Identity Tensions: The Case of Michail Golovatov’s Release.” Lithuanian Foreign Policy Review, 2016, 87-108.

Justinas Lingevicius, „Lost in Self-Identification? In Search of NATO‘s Identity“. Politikon: IAPSS Political Science Journal, 27, 2015, 103-124.

Justinas Lingevičius, „Lietuvos tapatybė saugumo ir užsienio politikoje 1991-1994 metais: „grįžimo“ keliai ir įtampos“. Politologija 3(79), 2015, 127-162.

Justinas Lingevičius, „Tapatybinės įtampos: Michailo Golovatovo paleidimo atvejis.“ Dovilė Jakniūnaitė (sud.), Ambicingas dešimtmetis. Lietuvos užsienio politika 2004-2014. Vilnius: Vilniaus universiteto leidykla, 2015, 75-98.