Radmila Nakarada is a sociologist and Professor Emeritus at the University of Belgrade. She was the creator of the first undergraduate and graduate program in peace studies in Serbia. She researches global challenges, the violent breakup of Yugoslavia, transition, and reconciliation. She was a member and the first spokesperson of the Yugoslav Truth and Reconciliation Committee, as well as the co-editor of The Nobel Prize for Peace: Between Idealism and Political Cynicism. She holds a PhD in sociology from the University of Belgrade.
- Nakarada, R., & Vidojević, J. (Eds.). (2019). Nobel Peace Prize: Between Idealism and Political Cynicism [Nobelova nagrada za mir: Između idealizma i političkog cinizma]. Belgrade: Center for Peace Studies (CPS), University of Belgrade – Faculty of Political Sciences. Retrieved from https://nsi.org.za/publications/nobel-peace-prize-and-anti-apartheid-struggle-in-south-africa-building-a-rainbow-nation/
- Nakarada, R. (2022, October 23). Unless we dismantle the machinery of war, we are doomed to leave the present without reaching the future. Daily Maverick. Retrieved from https://www.dailymaverick.co.za/opinionista/2022-10-23-unless-we-dismantle-the-machinery-of-war-we-are-doomed-to-leave-the-present-without-reaching-the-future/