Margarita Šešelgytė

Doc. dr. Margarita Šešelgytė VU TSPMI Direktoriaus pavaduotoja studijoms. Prieš tai Dr. Margarita Šešelgytė dirbo Baltijos Gynybos Koledže (Tartu, Estija) bei Jono Žemaičio Lietuvos karo akademijoje. 2007 m. Margarita Šešelgytė VU TSPMI apgynė disertaciją apie bendrą ES gynybos identitetą.

Dėstomi kursai:

  • Tarptautinė politika
  • Privalomoji praktika
  • Tarptautinė politika (2010)
  • Saugumo studijos

Papildoma informacija:

El.paštas: Margarita.Seselgyte [eta]


-CSDP in the Eastern Neighbourhood: from Neighbours to Partners in Biscop S., and Fiott D. (eds.) The State of Defence in Europe: State of Emergency?, Egmont Papers, 2013 November, 62, p. 41-46.
-The First Leadership Test: What to Expect from the Lithuanian Presidency of the EU, European Policy Analysis, SIEPS, 2013:13, p.16.
-(Kartu su Maria Mälksoo) Reinventing ‘new’ Europe: Baltic perspectives on transatlantic security reconfigurations in Communist and Post-Communist Studies, ELSEVIER, Vol. 46, Issue 3, September 2013, p. 395-406.
-Šešelgytė, Margarita,  Chapter on Lithuania in Biehl H., Giegerich B., Jonas A. (eds.) Strategic Cultures in Europe: Security and Defence Policies Across the Continent, Springer, 2013, VI,. p. 217-228.
-Šešelgytė Margarita, A Midget warrior: security choices of Lithuania in Rublovskis Raimonds, Margarita Šešelgytė & Riina Kaljurand Defence and Security for the Small: Perspectives from the Baltic States, Institute of International Affairs, Centre for Small States Studies, University of Iceland, 2013, p. 31 – 54.
-Lietuvos pirmininkavimo ES Tarybai BSGP srityje galimybės ir uždaviniai (eng. Lithuanian Presidency of the EU Council in the field of CFSP: opportunities and tasks ) in Lithuanian Annual Strategic Review 2011-2012, Vilnius, Strategic Research Center, Lithuanian Military Academy, 2012, p.89-117.
-Lisabonos sutarties įtakos Europos sąjungos institucinei sandarai BSGP srityje vertinimas ir Lietuvos sėkmingo pirmininkavimo ES Tarybai šioje srityje veiksnių nustatymas, Policy Paper commissioned by the Office of Prime Minister of the Republic of Lithuania, 2011, p.32.
-(Kartu su Indrė Lelevičiūtė) Lisabonos sutarties poveikis ES bendrai saugumo ir gynybos politikai ( eng.The Impact of Lisbon Treaty for CSDP) in Lithuanian Annual Strategic Review 2010 – 2011, Vilnius, Strategic Research Center, Lithuanian Military Academy, 2011, p. 95-127.
-Lithuanian security culture, Lithuanian Foreign Policy Review, Foreign Policy Research Center, Vilnius, 2010, issue II, p. 23-40
-Europos sąjungos bendro gynybos identiteto problema, Vilnius, Vilniaus universiteto leidykla , 2007, 251 p.
-(Kartu su Laurynas Kasčiūnas, Laura Kirvelyte, Arūnas Molis, Egidijus Motieka) ESGP instrumentų panaudojimo EKP rytinėje dimensijoje galimybės, Vilnius, Strateginių studijų centras, 2007, 64 p.
-Post – Enlargement Security Environment : Lithuanian View in Central Europe beyond Double Enlargement, Vilnius, University of Vilnius, 2004, p.175 – 187.
-NATO Response Force and the EU Rapid Reaction Force: main challenges and opportunities in Lithuanian Annual Strategic Review 2003, Vilnius, Strategic Research Center, Lithuanian Military Academy, 2004, p. 95-126.
-European Security: New Challenges and Prospects for Co-operation in Lithuanian Annual Strategic Review 2002, Vilnius, Strategic Research Center, Lithuanian Military Academy, 2003, p. 127-156. 


Pranešimai tarptautinėse konferencijose:

-The Eastern Partnership after Vilnius: what next?, European Union Institute for Security Studies, Brussels, 11 December, 2013, Presentation: Eastern Partnership after Vilnius.
-Revisiting the European Security Strategy 2003-2013, Egmont, European Union Institute for Security Studies, Institute of International Relations and Political Science, Vilnius University, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Lithuania, Brussels, 10 December, 2013, Presentation: European Security Strategy: 10 Years of Strategic Thinking.
-A lecture The EU ‘in action’ vs. the EU ‘inaction’, High Level course (ESDC) at the Baltic Defence College, Tartu, 2013, March 10.
-Baltic Security and Defensibility: New Threats in a New World?, FOI, Stockholm, October 30, 2012. Presentation: Lithuanian defensibility: soft vs. hard.
-The Nordic and Baltic Small States: perceptions on economy, security and identity in an increasingly regionalized Europe, University of Stavanger, Stavanger, May 24, 2012. Presentation: A midget warrior: security policy choices of Lithuania.
-Sixth Baltic Symposium, Scholl of Slavonic and East European Studies, University College of London, London, 20 April, 2012. Presentation: Three midget warriors: strategic cultures of Baltic states.
-Annual French – Baltic Security Seminar, Senate of France, Paris, October 23 -24, 2010. Presentation: What structured cooperation will bring to the CSDP?
-Perceptions of EU’s New Members from Central and Eastern Europe on the Issues of Nuclear Disarmament and Deterrence, PISM and CERI, Warsaw, April 25 -26, 2010. Presentation: EU as the potential provider of deterrence and assurance: regional perspective.
-Baltic – Spanish security and defence seminar. Ministry of Defence of the Republic of Latvia, December 1, 2009. Presentation: Critical analysis of security and defence priorities of the Spanish Presidency..
-Swedish Presidency 2009: Finding Solidarity in the Face of Crises, Swedish Institute of International Affairs, SIEPSA and TEPSA conference, Stockholm May 28 – 29, 2009. Presentation at the panel “ESDP at 10 Years: the EU and International Security.
-A lecture EU Eastern Neighbourhood Countries in the ESDP: a Critical Perspective at the EU High Level course (ESDC) at the Baltic Defence College, 2008, March 11.
-Annual French – Baltic Security Seminar, IFRI, IIRPS, Delegation of Strategic Affairs of the Ministry of Defence of France (Délégation aux Affaires Stratégiques), Vilnius, December 18, 2006. Presentation: Geography of the EU strategic interests.
-Weapons of Mass Destruction and Proliferation, Second seminar of the EU COST working group A24< SIPRI, Stockholm, November 11, 2005. Presentation: Constructing a definition of the proliferation of WMD: a view of Baltic Defence College students.
-Fourth Baltic – German Dialogue: Management of the EU differences: external challenges and internal limitations, Friedrich Ebert Foundation and IIRPS, Vilnius, May 20, 2005. Presentation: CFSP, ESDP challenges and prospects: Lithuanian view.
-Central Europe beyond Double Enlargement, CEPSA, LPSA, IIRPS Annual Conference, Vilnius, October 9 -11, 2003. Presentation: Post-enlargement security: the view from Lithuania.
-Inaugural Conference Forum of the Brzezinski Chair Strategic Issues in the New Central and Eastern Europe, CSIS, OSW, Warsaw, October 2 -4, 2003. Presentation: New Eastern Neighbours of NATO and the EU: inclusion vs. exclusion
-Lithuanian - British Round Table, Vilnius, September 15, 2003. Presentation: CFSP – what does Europe need to defend?
-Northern European Security Forum, EFPI, NIIA, Tallinn, April 25 - 27, 2003. Presentation: The Future Security Agenda in Northern Europe: the view from Lithuania.
-Common Foreign and Security Policy Seminar, Seimas of the Republic of Lithuania, Vilnius, September 12 - 15, 2002. Presentation: EU Security and Defence Policy: major problems and future prospects.
-Russia - Baltic states - Poland: a bridge to the XXI century, International Institute of Eastern Europe, St. Petersburg, November 29 - 30, 2002. Presentation: Lithuania's contribution to regional co-operation.
-Future of Lithuanian Security Studies, Center of Strategic Studies, Lithuanian Military Academy, December 19, 2001. Presentation: European Security and Defence Policy. 2
-The Russian Domestic Situation, Latvian Institute of International Affairs, Riga, August 28, 2001. Presentation: Military reform in Russia.