University of Bucharest
Tatiana Cojocari is a Fulbright visiting researcher at Georgetown University and a Berkley Center visiting researcher during the 2019-2020 academic year, currently working on a project on the Russian Orthodox Church’s role in post-Soviet foreign policy with a focus on Ukraine and the Republic of Moldova. A Ph.D. candidate in the University of Bucharest Sociology Department and researcher at the Institute for Political Science and International Relations “Ion I.C. Brătianu,” Cojocari researches the sociopolitical aspects of contemporaneous phenomena of the post-Soviet space; a recent project examined perceptions, attitudes, and values of the population from the left bank of the Dniester River (2019). She is also an expert affiliated with the Laboratory of Information Warfare Analysis and Strategic Communication (LARICS), Romanian Academy, and guest lecturer for the security studies specialization with the University of Bucharest's Faculty of Sociology and Social Work. She holds a master’s degree in security studies from the Romanian University of Bucharest.