Biography

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Personal information
First name(s) /Surname(s) Valentin STAN
Address(es) 4-12, Blvd. Regina Elisabeta, 030018, Sector 3, Bucharest, Romania
Telephone(s) (+40.21)314.53.89;
Fax(es) (+40.21)310.06.80;
E-mail valentin.stan@istorie.unibuc.ro
Nationality Romanian
Date of birth 23.02.1959
Gender male
Work experience
Dates  2009-present
Occupation or position held professor of international relations and contemporary world history with the Faculty of History, University of  Bucharest
Main activities and responsibilities I provide courses in: History of Euro-Atlantic Integration; Euro-Atlantic Security Institutions; European Security and Defence Policy (ESDP); Theories and Mechanisms of International Relations
Name and address of employer University of Bucharest, Faculty of History, 4-12, Blvd. Regina Elisabeta, 030018, Sector 3,   Bucharest, Romania
Type of business or sector  Education
Dates 2002-2010
Occupation or position held Jean Monnet European Module Professor
Main activities and responsibilities I delivered lectures on European Integration (political dimension) and Euro-Atlantic security structures
Name and address of employer University of Bucharest, 36-46 Blvd. M. Kogălniceanu, 050107, Sector 5, Bucharest, Romania
Type of business or sector Education
Dates 2002-2009
Occupation or position held associate professor (reader) of international relations and contemporary world history with the Faculty of History, University of Bucharest;
Main activities and responsibilities I provided courses in:History of Euro-Atlantic Integration; Euro-Atlantic Security Institutions; European Security and Defence Policy (ESDP); Theories and Mechanisms of International Relations. I delivered the course on Euro-Atlantic Security (2002) as part of the Master’s programme on Southeast European Studies, hosted by the University of Athens on behalf of the Network of Southeast European Universities.
Name and address of employer University of Bucharest, Faculty of History, 4-12, Blvd. Regina Elisabeta, 030018, Sector 3, Bucharest, Romania
Type of business or sector Education
Dates 2000-2001
Occupation or position held Fulbright Visiting Scholar
Main activities and responsibilities Theme of research: Romanian-US security relationship and the European Security and  Defence  Identity (ESDI)
Name and address of employer The George Washington University, Elliott School of International Relations, Institute for European, Russian and Eurasian Studies, Washington, D.C.
Type of business or sector Research / education
Dates 1997-2002
Occupation or position held lecturer in international relations with the Faculty of History, University of Bucharest
Main activities and responsibilities I provided courses and seminars in Contemporary World History; I delivered the course on The History of Minorities in Europe-Security Studies as part of the European Master on Minority Rights organized by The International Foundation for Promoting Studies and Knowledge of Minority Rights and The Université Robert Schuman of Strasbourg
Name and address of employer University of Bucharest, Faculty of History, 4-12, Blvd. Regina Elisabeta, 030018, Sector 3, Bucharest, Romania
Type of business or sector Education
Dates 1995-1997
Occupation or position held Programme manager with the Romanian Helsinki Committee
Main activities and responsibilities Monitoring and assessing minority rights
Name and address of employer Association for the Defence of Human Rights in Romania-The Helsinki Committee, 8A Nicolae Tonitza St., 030113, Sector 3, Bucharest, Romania.
Type of business or sector NGO sector
Dates 1993-1994
Occupation or position held scientific researcher with the Romanian Institute for International Studies
Main activities and responsibilities Research activities on Romania’s international relations
Name and address of employer Romanian Institute for International Studies, Bucharest, Romania
Type of business or sector Research
Dates 1990-1993
Occupation or position held diplomat with the Romanian Ministry of Foreign Affairs
Main activities and responsibilities Diplomatic activities
Name and address of employer Romanian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, 31 Aleea Alexandru, 011822, Sector 1, Bucharest, Romania
Type of business or sector Public sector
Dates 1988-1990
Occupation or position held scientific researcher with the Institute for Historical and Socio-Political Studies
Main activities and responsibilities National Historical Studies
Name and address of employer Institute for Historical and Socio-Political Studies, Bucharest, Romania.
Type of business or sector Research
Dates 1984-1988
Occupation or position held History Teacher
Main activities and responsibilities High-school history teacher
Name and address of employer Technical High-school No. 2, in Râmnicu Vâlcea, Vâlcea County, Romania
Type of business or sector Education
Education and training
Dates 1999
Title of qualification awarded PhD in International Relations
Principal subjects/occupational skills covered Thesis on: The Concept of Subsidiarity and Minorities Issues in the New European Security Architecture
Name and type of organisation providing education and training Faculty of history, University of Bucharest
Level in national or international classification Level 6
Dates 1991
Title of qualification awarded Graduation diploma
Principal subjects/occupational skills covered Diplomatic Skills
Name and type of organisation providing education and training Institute for International Studies, University of Leeds, in association with the Foreign and Commonwealth Office Know How Fund, UK
Dates 1980-1984
Title of qualification awarded BA in History and Philosophy
Principal subjects/occupational skills covered History and Philosophy
Name and type of organisation providing education and training Faculty of History and Philosophy, University of Bucharest
Level in national or international classification Level 5A
Personal skills and competences
Mother tongue(s) Romanian
Other language(s)
Self-assessment Understanding Speaking Writing
European level (*) Listening Reading Spoken interaction Spoken production
English C2 C2 C2 C2 C2
French C2 C2 C2 C2 C2
(*) Common European Framework of Reference for Languages
Computer skills and competences Microsoft Office
Driving licence Yes, Category B
Annexes Selective list of books, studies and articles:

România şi proiectul european-Disfuncţii şi Ambiţii-ianuarie 2001-mai 2002 (Romania and the European Project-Shortcomings and Ambitions-January 2001-May 2002), Bucharest University Publishers House, Bucharest, 2009 (Rom);

“Drawbacks of the EU integration political message in the approach by Romanian foreign policy-accountable state institutions: Presidency and Government”, in Renate Weber, ed., The Map of Players and Issues of the Accession to the European Union, Open Society Foundation, Bucharest, 2003 (Eng. & Rom.);

“The Political Economy of Security: The EU and the USA at the Crossroads”, in Euro-Atlantic Studies, No. 5, University of Bucharest, 2002 (Eng.);

“Influencing regime change in the Balkans: the role of external forces in the transition”, in Geoffrey Pridham and Tom Gallagher, eds., Experimenting with Democracy. Regime change in the Balkans, Routledge, London/New York, 2000 (Eng);

“Tratatele Minoritatilor, 1919-1920 si structura garantiilor internationale” (The Minorities Treaties, 1919-1920 and the framework of international guaranties), in Constantin Hlihor, ed., Structuri politice in secolul XX (Political structures in the 20th century), Curtea Veche Publishers House, Bucharest, 2000 (Rom);

Romania si esecul campaniei pentru Vest (Romania and its failure to integrate with the West), Bucharest University Publishers House, Bucharest, 1999 (Rom);

“The Euro-Atlantic Structures  and Romania”, in Euro-Atlantic Studies,  No.1, University of Bucharest, 1998 (Eng);

(coauthor) The Moldavian Csango, International Foundation for Promoting Studies and Knowledge of Minority Rights and the Hungarian Institute of International Affairs, Budapest, 1998 (Eng.);

“The Way to NATO: A Romanian Approach”, in Analele Universitatii Bucuresti (Bucharest University’s Annals), Year XLV, 1996 (Eng);

“The Romanian-Hungarian bi-lateral Treaty and the Problem of  Collective Rights” in Altera, Year II, No. 3, 1996 (Rom.);

(coauthor) “The Pact on Stability in Europe: Romania’s Interests”, Center for International Studies, Bucharest, 1994, in International Studies, No. 1 (1995) (Eng. & Rom.);

(coauthor) “Romania’s Relations with the Republic of Moldova”, Center for International Studies, Bucharest, 1994, in International Studies, No.1 (1995) (Eng. & Rom.);

“Nationalism and European Security: Romania’s Euro-Atlantic Integration”, Center for International Studies, Bucharest, 1995, in International Studies, No. 1 (1995) (Eng. & Rom.);

“International Security and Human Rights” in Revista Romana de Drepturile Omului (Romanian Human Rights Review), No. 9, 1995 (Rom.);

“Draft Law on National Minorities  elaborated by the Center for Human Rights” in Gabriel Andreescu, Pieter van Dijk, Valentin Stan, Renate Weber et alia, Legislatia in Tranzitie (Legislation in Transition), Bucharest, 1995 (Rom.);

(coauthor) Study on the Conception of Democratic Alliance of Hungarians in Romania on the Rights of National Minorities – A  Critical Analysis of the DAHR Documents, The Center for Human Rights, APADOR-CH, Bucharest, 1994 (Eng. & Rom.);

“Collective Rights: Threat or Aspiration?” in Revista Romana de Drepturile Omului (Romanian Human  Rights Review), No. 6-7, 1994 (Rom.);

“Romania – Foreign Alliances and Domestic Politics in the <<Post-International Society>>” in Romania and the Alliances Policy. History and Present, IRSI, Bucharest, 1993 (Rom.);

Over 50 articles on international developments published in specialized periodicals.

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http://inregistrari.b1.ro/view-11_Sep-2016-x_press-108.html

Astăzi, duminică, 11 septembrie 2016, mă voi afla, între orele 18:30 şi 20:00, la B1 TV, în emisiunea lui Sabin Orcan, X-Press. Vom aborda, împreună, dimensiunea reală a modului în care suntem reprezentaţi în lume, la cel mai înalt nivel, de cei mai buni “securişti” dintre noi (în sens de oameni buni, care se ocupă de securitatea noastră, nu de ciraci ai epocii Ceauşescu, formataţi după vechile canoane ale Securităţii, nu, nu!)! Sigur, orice asemănare cu “valori naţionale”, de genul Klaus Iohannis sau Lazăr Comănescu, este pur întâmplătoare. După emisiune, acest anunţ va fi înlocuit, probabil, cu un text bazat pe documentele prezentate în emisiune, pe care îl voi scrie în zilele următoare. Starea de spirit necesară pentru vizionarea emisiunii cu pricina este o combinaţie bine proporţionată între râs isteric şi plâns contagios. Mândria de a fi român este obligatorie!

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