Slavejko Sasajkovski

Sociology graduate - researcher from Faculty of Philosophy - Institute of Sociology - research direction in 1984, with diploma work "Vatican and contemporary international political relations".
Master sociological Science from the Institute for Sociological, Political - Juridical Research (ISPJR) - Skopje, in 1994, with a thesis "Universal religions, the spirit of tolerance and ecumenism".
Doctor of Social Sciences from the Institute for Sociological, Political - Juridical Research - Skopje, in 1998, with a dissertation "Revitalize the social function of religion: religious - political confrontation with religious phenomenon".
Since 1985 employed at the Institute for Sociological, Political - Juridical Research - Skopje, where he was elected as a scientific advisor. Dr. Sasajkovski was mentor of defended doctoral dissertations and master's theses in the areas of political and sociological sciences and the field of management and mentor of doctoral dissertations master's thesis that the mentoring phase of the scientific areas of social and political sciences.

Scientific interest:
International Political Relations - US foreign policy, building foreign - political identity and subjectivity of the EU, Islam and contemporary international political relations ( Near and Middle East, Central Asia ) , Foreign Policy of the Republic Turkey, foreign policy of the Vatican.

Modern political parties and political ideologies - neoliberalism, social democracy ( especially neo liberalization of social - economic policies of major European political parties left ) , Demo - Christianity, People's political ideologies and parties, New Left, religious policies and ideologies. 

Political Economy, International Political Economy, Neoliberal globalization - social - economic ideologies and policies of neoliberalism concept of globalization, Washington and Post - Washington Consensus, Argentina scenario, IMF, World Bank and World Trade Organization and neoliberal globalization, Uruguayan and Doha Round the liberalization of global trade, neoliberal labour market flexibilization and Flexicurity concept, financial - economic crisis of  neoliberal globalization, neoliberal globalization and state interventionism ( especially the regulation of financial markets in the United States ) , neliberalism and economic growth, World Economic Forum and World Social forum, Anti - globalization concepts, movements and forums.