Liviu Muresan
Executive President of EURISC Foundation – European Institute for Risk, Security and Communication Management


Liviu Muresan is the founder and the Executive President of the EURISC Foundation – European Institute for Risk, Security and Communication Management (1995)

He graduated courses of the Defence College NATO GFO (Rome), of the Institut des Hautes Etudes de Defense Nationale (Paris), of the Center for Civil-Military Relations (Monterey).

He held several positions in the governmental structures: Senior Adviser to the Prime Minister, Senior Adviser to the Romanian Government, Senior Adviser to the Interior Minister, High Representative of the Romanian Government of the Anti-Corruption Initiative of the Pact of Stability (SPAI) and of the Combating Organized Crime Initiative (SPOC).

He was Director of the Romanian Agency for setting up the regional SECI Center for Combating Transborder Organized Crime, and as the Deputy Director of the National Defence College he was the first civilian appointed in command position in the Romanian Army (1993-1994).

He was a member of the Romania Parliament, leader of the Majority (1990-1991) and the Deputy Chief of the Romanian Delegation to the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe.
He is Executive President of the Euro-Atlantic Council Romania – Casa NATO, EURODEFENCE Romania and Association des Anciens Auditeurs de l’IHEDN (Paris).

He is an Associate Professor with the Academy of Economic Studies, Bucharest – where he got his Ph.D. in Economics (1978) – he published numerous articles and publications on the issues of international security, instability management, international public relations and he was a note speaker and the chair of sessions in international conferences held in over 30 countries.

Since 2007, he is member of European Security Research and Innovation Forum (ESRIF), contributing to the development of a “Joint Security Research Agenda” (European Commission).

He received the National Order “Star of Romania” – Class Officer (2000).