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LECTURES spring 2000

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13 Jan 2000
PARIS

Report on the Cicero Foundation seminar:
EMPLOYMENT POLICIES IN EUROPE:
What Can We Learn from the Best Performing Countries

DAVID GRUBB
OECD, Paris;
Employment Analysis and Policies Department

09 Mar 2000
PARIS

Boosting Europe's Military Muscle: The Build-Up and Future Role of the EU Rapid Reaction Force
Dr. JULIAN LINDLEY-FRENCH
Institute for Security Studies of the Western European Union, Paris

09 Mar 2000
PARIS

Learning the Lessons from the Balkan Crisis?
The Background of the New Developments in the CFSP
The Rt. Hon. DANIEL COHN-BENDIT, MEP
Member of the Committee on Foreign Affairs, Human Rights, Common Security and Defence Policy of the European Parliament

09 Mar 2000
PARIS

Planning and Implementing the CFSP:
How Does it Work?
CHRISTOPH HEUSGEN
Director, Policy Planning and Early Warning Unit; Council Secretariat of the European Union, Brussels; Department attached to the Secretary General/High Representative Javier Solana

09 Mar 2000
PARIS

The Finnish Presidency of the EU:
An Assessment of its CFSP Objectives and Achievements
His Excellency Mr. ANTTI SIERLA
Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Helsinki Ambassador, Deputy Director General for Political Affairs

10 Mar 2000
PARIS

Non-Military Crisis Management and Humanitarian Assistance: The Role of ECHO
GABRIEL MUNUERA VIÑALS
European Community Humanitarian Aid Office ECHO, European Commission, Brussels

10 Mar 2000
PARIS

Toward a Delicate Balance? The New Developing Relationship between EU, WEU, and NATO
MICHAEL E. PARMLEY
US Embassy, Paris; Minister Counselor for Political Affairs

10 Mar 2000
PARIS

How Can the New CFSP Improve Regional Security and Stability?
The Example of the Balkans
DANIEL VERNET
Director International Relations Le Monde

12 Apr 2000
PARIS

Towards a New EU-Russia Security Relationship?
ANDREJ GRACHEV
Former Spokesman of Mikhail Gorbachev Paris Correspondent of 'The New Times' (Moscow)

13 Apr 2000
PARIS

Building a European Legal Area: What Has Been Achieved and What Has Still To Be Done?
ANNE WEYEMBERGH
Free University of Brussels, Institute for European Studies

13 Apr 2000
PARIS

Europol: A European FBI in the Making?
Dr. WILLY BRUGGEMAN
Deputy Director of Europol, The Hague

13 Apr 2000
PARIS

The Integration of the Schengen Agreement into the First and Third Pillar - Problems and Perspectives
WOUTER VAN DE RIJT
General Secretariat of the Council of the European Union, Directorate General H - Justice and Home Affairs, Brussels

13 Apr 2000
PARIS

Democracy Versus Shared Values? An Analysis of the Legal Basis of the Isolation of the Austrian Government by the EU-14
MARCEL H. VAN HERPEN
Director Cicero Foundation

14 Apr 2000
PARIS

Problems Concerning the Implementation of the Justice and Home Affairs Acquis by the Candidate Countries: A Polish View
His Excellency JAN TRUSZCZYNSKI
Ambassador of Poland to the European Union

14 Apr 2000
PARIS

The Dutch and French Drugs Policies in a European Context:
Toward a Growing Consensus?
ROB HESSING
Embassy of the Netherlands, Paris Counsellor for Political and Juridical Cooperation

14 Apr 2000
PARIS

Opening or Closing the Frontiers: The Impact of the Treaty of Amsterdam on the Refugee Policy of the Member States
DAVID BORATAV
European Council on Refugees and Exiles ECRE, London

14 Apr 2000
PARIS

European Citizenship:
What Does it Mean and What Could it Mean?
Dr. CATHERINE WIHTOL DE WENDEN
Fondation Nationale des Sciences Politiques; Centre d'Etudes et de Recherches Internationales CERI, Paris

16 Apr 2000
PARIS

How Can the European Security and Defence Identity be Strengthened? The Proposals of the British Government and the Anglo-French Saint-Malo Initiative
Dr. BRIAN H. WELLS
Deputy Director North Atlantic and Western Europe
Ministry of Defence, London

18 May 2000
LISBON

The Kind of Institutional Reforms the EU Needs
Professor JOSEPH EZRA BIGIO
Director of the Centre for Studies of Globalization
Universidade Autónoma de Lisboa

18 May 2000
LISBON

The Intergovernmental Conference:
What is at Stake for Old and New Member States?
MARCEL H. VAN HERPEN
Director Cicero Foundation

18 May 2000
LISBON

The Intergovernmental Conference and the Position of the Small Countries in the Reformed EU
MARIA SEABRA
Institute of International and Strategic Studies IEEI, Lisbon

18 May 2000
LISBON

The Intergovernmental Conference in the Light of the Coming Enlargement: A Czech View
His Excellency Mr. VACLAV HUBINGER
Ambassador of the Czech Republic to Portugal

19 May 2000
LISBON

A New Actuality for the Core Europe Debate?
Or: Can a Common European Security and Defence Policy be Realised by Fifteen or More Member States?
MARCEL H. VAN HERPEN
Director Cicero Foundation

19 May 2000
LISBON

The IGC in the Light of the Coming Enlargement of the EU:
Are the Interests of the New Member States Sufficiently Taken into Account?
His Excellency Mr. ANDRAS GYENGE
Ambassador of Hungary to Portugal

19 May 2000
LISBON

The IGC and the Preparation of the Accession of the Central and Eastern European Countries:
Are Both the EU and the Candidate Countries Ready?
Prof. Dr. RUUD KNAACK
University of Amsterdam, Economic Faculty

 
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