Yesterday on 6th August 2018, I had attended one public lecture held in IAIS Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur. The lecture was presented by Prof. Anis H. Bajrektarevic. He speaks a lot about European history and the refugees’ problem that land in Europe.

A bit of Prof. Anis H. Bajrektarevic background, he is a former legal practitioner and the president of Young Lawyers Association of BiH Bar (the late 1980s). Former MFA official and career diplomat (early 1990s). Research Fellow at the Institute for Modern Political-history analyses, Dr Bruno Kreisky Foundation as well as the Legal and Political Advisor for CEE at the Vienna-based Political Academy, Dr Karl Renner (mid-1990s). He also recently launched one of the most fast-expanding European platforms for politics and economy, security and energy, with special chapters on the environment and the so-called ‘tomorrow’s people for the green planet/economy’ – Modern Diplomacy. Starting modestly just two years ago, today the MD has over 3 million clicks monthly.

Prof. Bajrektarevic is the author of dozens of presentations, publications, speeches, seminars, research colloquiums as well as of numerous public events (roundtables & study trips, etc.). His writings are frequently published in all five continents (over 70 countries and translated in some 25 languages). He is regularly guest lecturing at many national diplomatic academies and prestigious national universities and governmental training facilities. Prof. Bajrektarevic is an elected arbiter and mediator before numerous permanent national arbitrational tribunals in Europe and in Asia. He lives in Vienna, Austria.

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