Marko Savkovic is a researcher (since 2006) and was the PR (from 2009 to 2012) of the Belgrade Centre for Security Policy.
He graduated (2005) and received his M. Phil. degree (2011) at the Belgrade Faculty of Political Science.
His work has been published in the academic journals Western Balkans Security Observer, Military Papers (Vojno delo), The Security Review (Revija za bezbednost) and International Politics (Međunarodna politika), as well as the magazines Defence (Odbrana) and European Papers (Evropske sveske).
He has written a chapter on Kosovo-Serbia relations in “Panorama of Global Security Environment” of Slovakia’s CENAA.
Also, Savkovic coordinated the project “School for European Security” from November 2008 until November 2009 and co-authored the Pojmovnik evropske bezbednosti (Glossary of European Security).
Savkovic’s areas of research interest include accountability and transparency in the security sector, peace support operations, the politics of EU security, and defence in the Western Balkans.
He has also, along with his colleague Sasa Djordjevic, coordinated development of the web site www.bezbednost.org.