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LECTURES winter 2000

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12 Oct 2000
PARIS

What Do the Candidate Countries Expect from EU Membership? A Czech View
His Excellency Mr. PETR JANYŠKA
Ambassador of the Czech Republic to France

12 Oct 2000
PARIS

Preparing for Accession: An Assessment of the Negotiations with the Candidate Countries
ALEXANDER ITALIANER
Head of Cabinet of EU Commissioner Günter Verheugen, responsible for EU Enlargement

12 Oct 2000
PARIS

FORUM DEBATE
How Will Accession Affect Economic and Political Reforms in the Candidate Countries?
Participants:
ALEXANDER ITALIANER
Head of Cabinet of EU Commissioner Günter Verheugen
Professor JACQUES RUPNIK
Fondation Nationale des Sciences Politiques, Paris
Centre d'Etudes et de Recherches Internationales CERI
Professor HALL GARDNER
American University of Paris, Chair, International Affairs Department

12 Oct 2000
PARIS

The European Security and Defence Policy:
Will It Enhance the Security of the Candidate Member States?
MARCEL H. VAN HERPEN
Director Cicero Foundation

13 Oct 2000
PARIS

Preparing for Accession: A Comparison of the Macro-Economic Situations of Hungary and the Czech Republic
ANDREW BURNS
Department of Economics; Country Studies Branch
Head of the Hungary and Czech Republic Desk, OECD, Paris

13 Oct 2000
PARIS

What Will Be the Economic Consequences of Accession for the Candidate Members of the First and Second Wave?
JEROME SGARD
Senior Economist at the European Centre for International Prospects and Information CEPII, Paris

13 Oct 2000
PARIS

What Are the Main Remaining Obstacles in the Accession Process and How Can They Be Removed? A Hungarian View
His Excellency Dr. ENDRE JUHÁSZ
Ambassador and Chief of Mission of Hungary to the European Union

13 Oct 2000
PARIS

What Will Be the Impact of the IGC and the Ratification of the Treaty of Nice on the Accession Process?
DANIEL VERNET
Director International Relations Le Monde

16 Nov 2000
PARIS

Beyond the Treaty of Nice: More Left-Overs or New Union?
SYLVIE GOULARD
Consultant for the Policy Planning Staff Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Paris; Researcher at CERI, Paris

16 Nov 2000
PARIS

The 2000 Intergovernmental Conference:
What Institutional Reforms and What Kind of Enhanced Cooperation Does Europe Need?
DANIEL VERNET
Director International Relations Le Monde

16 Nov 2000
PARIS

The Charter of Fundamental Rights of the EU:
A Critical Assessment of Its Significance for the European Citizens
Professor JEAN-PIERRE DUBOIS
Law Department, University of Dijon Vice President of the Ligue des Droits de l'Homme

16 Nov 2000
PARIS

Does the EU Need Closer Cooperation Arrangements Leading to a Core Europe of a Restricted Group of Member States?
BEN HALL
Research Director of the Centre of European Reform CER, London

17 Nov 2000
PARIS

Safeguarding the Interests of the Smaller Member States in an Enlarged EU: The Dutch Proposals for the Nice Summit
MARNIX KROP
Minister Plenipotentiary, Embassy of the Netherlands, Paris

17 Nov 2000
PARIS

Preparing Europe's Future: The Actuality of Joschka Fischer's Berlin Speech
Dr. MARTIN KREMER
Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Berlin; Policy Planning Staff

17 Nov 2000
PARIS

Citizenship and Human Rights: About the European Union's Charter of Fundamental Rights
Professor JEAN-PIERRE DUBOIS
Vice-President of the 'Ligue des Droits de l'Homme', France

17 Nov 2000
PARIS

The Concept of a European Vanguard: A Polish View
Dr. RYSZARD STEMPLOWSKI
Director of the Polish Institute of International Affairs, Warsaw; Former Ambassador of Poland to the United Kingdom

17 Nov 2000
PARIS

What Are The Implications of the IGC and the Treaty of Nice for the Accession Process?
His Excellency Mr. MARKO KRANJEC
Ambassador of Slovenia to the European Union

14 Dec 2000
PARIS

Will European Security and Defense Policy Strengthen or Weaken the Transatlantic Link?
SHERWOOD McGINNIS
Deputy Political Counselor, US Embassy, Paris

14 Dec 2000
PARIS

Consequences of the European Security and Defence Policy for the European Non-EU NATO Members
Dr. CINAR ÖZEN
Department of International Relations Gazi University, Ankara

14 Dec 2000
PARIS

ESDI, ESDP, and NATO: Will NATO Survive?
MARCEL H. VAN HERPEN
Director Cicero Foundation

14 Dec 2000
PARIS

How Will Future US-EU Strategic Relations Develop?
A French View
HENRY ZIPPER DE FABIANI
Deputy Director Strategic Affairs; Ministry of Defence, Paris

15 Dec 2000
PARIS

Why Proposals for an Autonomous European Defence are a Costly Mistake
Dr. ANAND MENON
Director of the Centre for European Politics, Economics and Society; Department of Politics and International Relations; University of Oxford

15 Dec 2000
PARIS

Is Europe Prepared to Pay for Improved Capabilities?
Prof. Dr. REIMUND SEIDELMANN
Chair, University of Gießen, Germany, Political Science Department; Visiting Professor at the Université Libre de Bruxelles; Honorary Professor at the Renmin University, Beijing

15 Dec 2000
PARIS

The National Missile Defense: An Assessment of Its Strategic Impact and Its Political Consequences
DAVID C. GOMPERT
President RAND Europe

15 Dec 2000
PARIS

The Eurocorps and the European Security and Defence Identity:>br>The Role of the Eurocorps in Kosovo
Lieutenant-General JUAN ORTUÑO
Commander of the Eurocorps

 
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