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  Grabar-Kitarović, Kolinda
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NameKolinda Grabar-Kitarović
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Born April 29, 1968 (53 years)
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Los Alamos High School, New Mexico, USA; Bachelor's degree in English and Spanish and Literature, Faculty of Philosophy, University of Zagreb (1993); Specialised Annual Programme in Diplomacy, International Law and Economics, Diplomatic Academy in Vienna, Austria (1996); Master's Degree in International Relations, University of Zagreb (2000); Fulbright scholar, pre-doctoral research in International Relations and Security Policy, George Washington University, USA (2002-2003); Luksic Fellow in Senior Managers, Government Executive Programme, JFK School of Government, Harvard University (2009); Visiting scholar, Johns Hopkins University, Washington DC (2011); completed doctoral studies at the University of Zagreb; currently working on PhD thesis in International Security Studies; Honorary doctorates from the Slovak Matej Bel University for International Relations and Economics, Russian Plekhanov University of Economics, Hungarian Corvinius University of Budapest, and San Pablo University, Argentina

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Croatian Ministry of Science and Technology (1992); Ministry of Foreign Affairs (1993), Head of Office of the Deputy Minister (1993-1995), Director of the Department for North America (1995-1997); Counsellor at the Croatian Embassy in Ottawa, Canada (1997), subsequently promoted to Minister-Counsellor and Deputy Chief of Mission; Minister Counsellor at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (2001-2003); Elected to the Croatian Parliament and sworn in as Minister of European Integration (2003) and Minister of Foreign Affairs and European Integration (2005); led Croatia’s negotiation process on accession to the European Union and NATO until 2008; Chairperson-in-office of the Southeast European Cooperation Process (2006-2007); President of the Ottawa Convention (2005); Vice-President of the UN General Assembly on behalf of Croatia (2006); Ambassador of the Republic of Croatia to the USA (2008); NATO, Assistant Secretary General for Public Diplomacy (2011); President of the Republic of Croatia (2015-2020)


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  01/05/2020 Croatia President - Runoff Lost 47.34% (-5.32%)
  12/22/2019 Croatia President Won 26.98% (+0.00%)
  01/11/2015 Croatia President - Runoff Won 50.74% (+1.48%)
  12/28/2014 Croatia President Won 37.23% (+0.00%)
  02/17/2005 CRO Minister of Foreign & European Affairs Won 100.00% (+100.00%)
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