Prof. Dr Jelica Stefanovic-Stambuk, Professor (full) of International and Diplomatic Studies and the head of the Doctoral Programme in International and European Studies at the University of Belgrade – Faculty of Political Sciences. Her research is now focused on multilateralism, diplomatic power and recent social projects and practices for change in different sectors and areas of global governance. During June and August 2012 she has presented the newest findings in the following papers “Partnership diplomacy horizon: the visible junction of the European Union and Asia joint practice of knowing and acting for prosperity” at the EUSA AP Conference EU’s Unknown Asia: New Horizons and New Beginnings in Singapore, then “Where are the partnership practices in International Studies understanding and responding to global challenges?” the 2nd Joint BISA-ISA International Conference Diversity in the Discipline: Tension or Opportunity in Responding to Global Challenges in Edinburg, and “Global society making: Transnational occupation with sociocracy and sociodiplomacy” at the Second ISA Forum of Sociology in Buenos Aires. Professor Stefanovic-Stambuk is author of numerous articles and books in Serbian language. The most recent monographs are Diplomacy in International Relations (2008), Diplomacy without the State: The European Union Diplomatic System (2012) and A Theory of Partnership Diplomacy Practice(forthcoming).