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About Dr Alica Kizekova

Dr. Alica Kizekova is an Honorary Adjunct Research Fellow at the Centre for East-West Cultural & Economic Studies, Faculty of Society & Design. She works as an Adviser to the Speaker of Chamber of Deputies at the Czech Parliament in Prague (since February 2015). She was previously a Head of Department at Metropolitan University Prague, Teaching Fellow at Bond University and Visiting Associate Fellow at the Centre for Multilateralism Studies, RSIS, Nanyang Technological University in Singapore. She has also worked as a Ministerial Adviser as well as the Slovak National Contact Point for the EU communitary program in the sphere of eGovernment. Alica holds a Master Degree in International Relations and Diplomacy from Matej Bel University in Slovakia and a PhD Degree in International Relations from Bond University. Her doctoral thesis at Bond University "Soft Balancing in the Indo-Asia-Pacific: Complexity, Threat and Contending Multilateral Frameworks (from ASEAN to the SCO)" explored the concept of soft balancing through both theory and two major case studies: the Association of Southeast Asian Nations and the Shanghai Cooperation Organization, in relation to China and the United States. Her current project at the Centre for East-West Cultural & Economic Studies deals with China's relations with the Central and Eastern European countries.

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Present Teaching Fellow, Bond University
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Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences
Bond University QLD 4229
Australia
Ph: +61 7 559 52626

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