Zoran Lutovac published two monographs "Minorities, the CSCE and the Yugoslav crisis" in 1995 (second edition 1996) and "Serbian Identity in Montenegro" (2015), and dozens of articles on international relations, human and minority rights, as well as political relations in Serbia and the region in national and international scientific and professional journals or proceedings. He has participated in both several empirical studies on political public opinion in Serbia and specialized studies, such as ethnic distance, international relations etc. He organized dozens of round tables, expert discussions, summer schools, public debates. He has worked on various aspects of the international relations, international protection of national minorities, cooperation with neighboring countries, internal political minority problems, ethnic problems in Serbia, the Kosovo problem and the political engagement of the Kosovo Albanians, redefining relations with Montenegro, constitutional and legal issues, particularly problems of territorial rganization, autonomy and human rights, as well as initiatives for change or adoption of a new Constitution of Serbia. He was aso involved in studying Serbia status in international relations and the influence of internal reform and transition on its change. One part of his work is devoted to the political party life in Serbia, the place and the role of political parties in society, as well as problems of corruption. He was a member of the expert team for the adoption of the Law on National Minorities, an independent member of the expert team for Kosovo and Metohija, an adviser to Prime Minister of Serbia, member of the Srbian governement expert team for redefining relations with Montenegro and for the adoption of the Constitutional Charter, member of the Coordination Team for Kosovo and Metohija of the Government of Serbia, coordinator of the expert team of the President of Serbia for the adoption of the new Constitution of Serbia, President of the Board of Directors of the Institute for European studies, Board member of the Institute for manuals and teaching tools.