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LECTURES winter 2001

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11 Oct 2001
PARIS

An Assessment of the Last Phase of the Accession Negotiations: The Polish Case
Minister JAN KULAKOWSKI
Minister Plenipotentiary Chief Negotiator of Poland for the EU Accession Negotiations

11 Oct 2001
PARIS

Security Aspects of Enlargement: Are EU Enlargement and NATO Enlargement Complementary Processes?
MARCEL H. VAN HERPEN
Director, The Cicero Foundation

11 Oct 2001
PARIS

Economic Policy Coordination in the EU:
Lessons for the Candidate Countries
ADRIAAN DIERX
European Commission, Economic and Financial Affairs DG, Directorate E - Economic Evaluation Service; Internal Market, Competition Policy, Analysis of Competitiveness

11 Oct 2001
PARIS

Labour Migration After EU Enlargement:
Are the Fears for a Massive Labour Influx Justified?
JEAN-PIERRE GARSON
OECD, Paris, Head of the Migration Division

12 Oct 2001
PARIS

Economic, Financial and Monetary Challenges in the Run-Up to Euro-Zone Membership: Lessons from the Recent Past Relevant for Accession Countries
PHILIPPE MOUTOT
Deputy Director General, DG Economics European Central Bank, Frankfurt am Main

12 Oct 2001
PARIS

The Position of Cyprus in the EU Enlargement Negotiations
His Excellency Mr. ANDREAS MAVROYIANNIS
Ambassador of Cyprus to France

12 Oct 2001
PARIS

The Reform of Public Administration in the Candidate Countries: What Has Been Achieved and What Has Still To Be Done?
BOB BONWITT
Director of SIGMA
ANKE FREIBERT
Programme Manager Balkans SIGMA
(SIGMA is a Joint Initiative of the OECD and the European Commission to Promote Public Administration Reform in Central and Eastern Europe)

12 Oct 2001
PARIS

The Stabilisation and Association Process:
Giving the Western Balkans the Prospect of EU Membership
REINHARD PRIEBE
DG External Relations, European Commission;
Director of Directorate D - Western Balkans

13 Dec 2001
PARIS

Why the Fight against International Terrorism Will Strengthen the Atlantic Partnership
Professor HALL GARDNER
The American University of Paris; Chair, International Affairs Department; Member of the Committee on Atlantic Studies

13 Dec 2001
PARIS

NATO and EU Enlargement: How Do They Interrelate?
MARCEL H. VAN HERPEN
Director Cicero Foundation

13 Dec 2001
PARIS

How Can Democratic States Successfully Fight International Terrorism?
Professor PAUL WILKINSON
Director of the Centre for the Study of Terrorism and Political Violence at the University of St. Andrews, Scotland

13 Dec 2001
PARIS

Coordinating European Security and Defence Policy with NATO:
What Steps Have Been Taken?
JETTE NORDAM
NATO HQ Brussels; Head Multilateral and Regional Affairs Section, Division of Political Affairs

13 Dec 2001
PARIS

Defence Spending in Europe: Is Europe Prepared to Pay for Improved Capabilities?
ANTONIO MISSIROLI
Institute for Security Studies of the Western European Union, Paris

14 Dec 2001
PARIS

The Common European Security and Defence Policy:
Is Peacekeeping Enough?

DANIEL VERNET
Director International Relations Le Monde

14 Dec 2001
PARIS

Europe and the Global Balance After September 11th
Professor DAVID P. CALLEO
Dean Acheson Professor and Director of European Studies at the Paul H. Nitzeschool of Advanced International Studies, Johns Hopkins University, Washington D.C.

14 Dec 2001
PARIS

What Are the Strategic and Geopolitical Consequences of the 'War on Terrorism'?
Dr. BRUNO TERTRAIS
Fondation pour la Recherche Stratégique, Paris

14 Dec 2001
PARIS

How Should Europe Prepare for Dealing with Assymmetric Threats and Weapons of Mass Destruction?
THERESE DELPECH
Director of Strategic Affairs
Atomic Energy Commission CEA, Paris

 
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