Robert Uzuna has an 11 year career in international economic relations and diplomacy. In 2002 he joined the Romanian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and between 2005-2006, as deputy Director for Western Balkans and Regional Cooperation, he was in charge with the Romanian Chairmanship of the Black Sea Economic Cooperation Organisation. Starting with 2009, for almost two years, he was head of the Monitoring and Economic Policies Division, a pioneering initiative focused on early warning and global economic analyses. Currently Robert Uzuna undertakes a career in Public Affairs.
Between 2006 and 2007 he was a fellow at Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service – Georgetown University, Washington DC, where he co-founded EnergiaGeorgtown.org. In 2008, he graduated with an MPhil from the University of Cambridge, where he was a member of the Executive Committee of Cambridge University Energy Network and co-founded the Cambridge Romanian Society. Since 2010 he holds a PhD in Economics from the Romanian Academy.
Since 2004 Robert Uzuna is lecturer in Geo-Economics at the Romanian Diplomatic Institute and since 2011 an associate lecturer in Geopolitics at the Academy of Economic Studies in Bucharest; he is also invited as guest lecturer at other universities or as conferences’ moderator. He is a Board member of the Romanian Association of Foreign Policy, an affiliated expert of the Romanian Center for European Policies and also a member of the Romanian Association of Financial and Banking Analysts.