Dragan Stavljanin is a broadcaster with RFE/RL's South Slavic and Albanian Language Service. He joined RFE/RL as a correspondent in Belgrade, later serving as Chief Editor of RFE/RL’s Serbia and Montenegro Program. Prior to joining RFE/RL, Dragan worked for several radio and TV stations in Serbia and prominent Serbian newspapers. He also wrote for the Prague based journal "Transition". Dragan has interviewed numerous international politicians and experts on Balkan issues and provided analysis on the possible wider effects of Kosovar Independence vis-a-vis Abkhazia, South Ossetia, Nagorno Karabakh and Transdniester.
PhD in political science, Belgrade University. The thesis: Democracy and the Media in the Era of Globalization - case studies: CNN effect and whether citizen journalism lead to the "death of the author".
MA in European Studies and International Relations from Open University, London, and Budapest Central European University.
Dragan regularly appears on Czech Television (CT24 and CT 1), "Russia today" – International TV, Press TV (Iran), and Radio Latvia. He has contributed to National Public Radio (U.S.) and the Polish magazine "Dzienik."Dragan is the author of the book "Cold Peace: Caucasus And Kosovo" (2009).