Dr. Kyi Mar was first appointed as a tutor in 1998 at the Department of International Relations, University of Mandalay. She got her B.A (Honours) degree in 1994 and M.A (Thesis) in 1998 from the Department of International Relations, University of Mandalay. In 2002, she entered into the PhD program focusing on ‘Judicial System in Myanmar (1937-1987)‘ at the Department of International Relations, University of Mandalay. She got her PhD degree in 2007. She was promoted to Assistant Lecturer in 2006 and Lecturer in 2011 at the Department of International Relations, University of Mandalay. In 2015, she was again promoted to Associate Professor at the Department of International Relations, Monywa University. Now, she is on duty as an Associate Professor at the Department of Political Science and International Relations, University of Mandalay with about 17 years of teaching experience. Her recent publications include Myanmar’s activities to combat human trafficking research in June 2013 in Myanmar Academy of Arts and Science Journal, and the role of rule of law in a sovereign state research in December 2015 and Consequences of Brexit for Britain research in December 2017 in Monywa University Research Journals. Her fields of specialization are international relations, judiciary, rule of law, separation of powers, European studies, democracy, and human rights. Her teaching fields are International Relations Theories, American Government and Current Issues in International Relations. Now, she is doing research on EU and Myanmar relations for building a lasting partnership. As well as being a teacher and woman, and living in Mandalay, Dr Kyi Mar is deeply interested in the intersection of gender and human security; especially, how these factors relate to and redefine each other in constructing of the pasts, presents and futures in the society of Mandalay. Her email is email@example.com.