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LECTURES winter 2002

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10 Oct 2002
PARIS

Security Aspects of Enlargement: What is the Relationship Between NATO Enlargement and EU Enlargement?
MARCEL H. VAN HERPEN
Director, The Cicero Foundation

11 Oct 2002
PARIS

The Reform of Public Administration in the Candidate Countries: An Assessment
FRANCISCO CORDONA and LARS LAGE OLOFSSON
SIGMA, Paris (SIGMA is a Joint Initiative of the OECD and the European Commission to Promote Public Administration Reform in Central and Eastern Europe)

11 Oct 2002
PARIS

Challenges of EU Accession
MARIJA PEJCINOVIC BURIC
Assistant Minister for Education and Information
Ministry of European Integration of Croatia

11 Oct 2002
PARIS

"Enlargement and the European Convention:
What Institutional Reforms Are Needed to Make an Enlarging EU Work?
Dr. FLORENCE DELOCHE-GAUDEZ
Fondation Nationale des Sciences Politiques, Paris
Department of European Affairs

11 Oct 2002
PARIS

Gaining an Insight in the Secret of Successful Transition:
Comparing the Economies of the Different Candidate Countries
ARMIN-DETLEF RIESS
European Investment Bank, Luxemburg;
Economic and Financial Studies Department

14 Nov 2002
ROME

Recent Developments in the Italian Refugee Legislation:
How do they Fit in a European Migration and Refugee Policy?

Dr. RENATO FRANCESCHELLI
Vice-Prefect, Ministry of the Interior, Rome Department of Public Freedoms and Immigration

14 Nov 2002
ROME

The Danish EU Presidency's Programme for Follow-Up to the Seville Conclusions on Asylum and Immigration
KIM LUNDING
Under-Secretary, Danish Ministry of Refugee, Immigration and Integration Affairs, Copenhagen

14 Nov 2002
ROME

How to Better Protect Refugees in the Process of European Harmonisation?
Dr. CHRISTOPHER HEIN
Director of the Italian Council for Refugees (CIR)
Member of the European Council on Refugees and Exiles ECRE, London

14 Nov 2002
ROME

The Growing Necessity to Formulate and Implement a Common European Refugee and Migration Policy
JOAQUIM NUNES DE ALMEIDA
Member of Cabinet of European Commissioner Antonio Vitorino;
DG Justice and Home Affairs, European Commission, Brussels

15 Nov 2002
ROME

Italy's Recent Change From An Emigration Country to An Immigration Country and Its Impact on Italy's Refugee and Migration Policy
ANDREA BERTOZZI
Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Rome Directorate General for Migration Policies

15 Nov 2002
ROME

Why Did the Communitarization of Immigration and Asylum Policies almost Fail and How We Should Revive It
Dr. FERRUCCIO PASTORE
Deputy Director Centro Studi di Politica Internazionale (CeSPI), Rome

15 Nov 2002
ROME

The European Migration and Refugee Policy in the Context of the Wider, Global Refugee Movements
Dr. JÜRGEN HUMBURG
UNHCR, Italy, Rome

15 Nov 2002
ROME

How to Cope with the Growth of Anti-Immigration Parties in Europe?
MARCEL H. VAN HERPEN
Director, The Cicero Foundation

12 Dec 2002
PARIS

US, NATO, and Europe: Is there still a Common Agenda?
Dr. ALYSON J. K. BAILES
Director, Stockholm International Peace Research Institute SIPRI

12 Dec 2002
PARIS

The Emerging NATO-Russia Partnership:
Is Putin Alligning Russia with the West?
ANDREJ GRACHEV
Paris Correspondent of 'The New Times' (Moscow);
Former Spokesman of Mikhail Gorbachev

12 Dec 2002
PARIS

ESDP, an Enlarging NATO, and the New US-Russia Partnership: Who is Containing Whom in the Post 9/11 Environment?
MARCEL H. VAN HERPEN
Director, The Cicero Foundation

12 Dec 2002
PARIS

EU-US Relations at a Crossroads: What are the Long-Term Consequences of the War on Terrorism for the Transatlantic Relationship?
WILLIAM PFAFF
International Herald Tribune

13 Dec 2002
PARIS

How Should Europe Prepare for Dealing with Asymmetric Threats and Weapons of Mass Destruction?
Dr. ROBERTO ZADRA
NATO HQ, Brussels; Deputy Head
Weapons of Mass Destruction Centre

13 Dec 2002
PARIS

NATO's Crisis Management Policies:
How to Improve Consultation and Cooperation Mechanisms with the EU and Russia?
ERIK SANDAHL
NATO HQ, Brussels; Defence Planning and Operations Division;
Crisis Management Section

13 Dec 2002
PARIS

The Build-Up of a Credible European Force:
Will the Helsinki Headline Goals be Achieved?
Major General GRAHAM MESSERVY-WHITING
Deputy Director General; Chief of Staff of the European Union Military Staff

 
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