Miroslav Hadzic is one of the co-founders and President of the Executive Board of the BCSP.
He graduated from the Air Force Military Academy in Zadar in 1966, and the Faculty of Political Sciences in Belgrade in 1973. He took his MA in 1979 and PhD in 1983 at the Faculty of Political Science.
During 1972-1973, he worked as a Research Associate at the Army Centre for Andragogical, Psychological, and Sociological Research in Belgrade.
He has spent most of his career as a lecturer at the Higher Military Political School of Yugoslav Armed Forces (1972-1994).
From 1992 to 1994, he was an Associate Professor of Military Sociology at the Military Academy in Belgrade.
In January 1994, he was discharged from the Yugoslav Army Forces as a colonel, at his own request.
During the next five years he worked in the Department for Sociological Research at the Institute of Social Sciences in Belgrade.
Since 2002, he has been a professor of Global and National Security and International Security at the Faculty of Political Science in Belgrade.
Mr Hadzic is the author of numerous books and articles. His major scientific interest is security sector reform (especially military reform).