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LECTURES spring 2002

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23 Jan 2002
LONDON

Draft Framework Decision on the Rights of the Individual in Criminal Proceedings Involving International Judicial Co-operation

14 Feb 2002
PARIS

EU Cooperation in Criminal Matters:
A Critical Assessment of the European Arrest Warrant

SUSIE ALEGRE
JUSTICE, London (JUSTICE is the British Section of the International Commission of Jurists)

14 Feb 2002
PARIS

The Implementation of Amsterdam:
What Has Been Achieved and What Has Still To Be Done?

WOUTER VAN DE RIJT
General Secretariat of the Council of the European Union, Directorate General H - Justice and Home Affairs

14 Feb 2002
PARIS

The European Convention: What is at Stake in the Laeken Process and What Will Be the Outcome?
MARCEL H. VAN HERPEN
Director, The Cicero Foundation

14 Feb 2002
PARIS

Fortress Europe? Will Schengen Create a Hard or an Open Border Regime in an Enlarged European Union?
Professor JAN ZIELONKA
European University Institute, Florence

15 Feb 2002
PARIS

Opening or Closing the Frontiers: What is the Impact of the New Anti-Terrorism Measures on the Refugee Policy of the Member States?
VERONIQUE PLANÈS-BOISSAC
Consultant

15 Feb 2002
PARIS

Strengthening European Judicial Cooperation in the Fight Against International Crime: The Role of Eurojust
OLIVIER DE BAYNAST
Representative of the French Government at Eurojust

15 Feb 2002
PARIS

The European Charter of Fundamental Rights:
What Does it Mean for the European Citizens?
Professor JACQUELINE DUTHEIL DE LA ROCHÈRE
Director of the European Law Centre at the Sorbonne University
Law Department, Paris II

15 Feb 2002
PARIS

Problems Concerning the Implementation of the Justice and Home Affairs Acquis by the Candidate Countries: An Estonian View
His Excellency Mr. PRIIT KOLBRE
Ambassador of the Estonian Mission to the EU
Chief Accession Negotiator

01 Mar 2002
PARIS

A Window of Opportunity for Britain?
MARCEL H. VAN HERPEN
Director
The Cicero Foundation

11 Apr 2002
PARIS

What is NATO's Role in the ESDP?
CHRISTOPHE CORNU
NATO HQ, Brussels, Political Affairs Division

11 Apr 2002
PARIS

The Commmon Foreign and Security Policy of the EU:
How Does it Work in Practice?
NIALL BURGESS
Head of Task Force Conflict Prevention General Secretariat of the Council of the European Union, Brussels

11 Apr 2002
PARIS

The Position of Kaliningrad after EU Enlargement
The Rt. Hon. ALVYDAS MEDALINSKAS, MP
Deputy Chairman of the European Affairs Committee of the Parliament of Lithuania; Chairman of the Joint Forum of MPs of the Lithuanian Parliament and the Kaliningrad Duma; Member of the Laeken Convention

11 Apr 2002
PARIS

ESDP After September 11: An Assessment
Dr. NICOLE GNESOTTO
Director of the Institute for Security Studies of the EU, Paris

12 Apr 2002
PARIS

The Role of the EU in the Balkans:
A Non-US North American View

Prof. ALEXANDER MOENS
Simon Fraser University, Department of Political Science, Burnaby, Canada

12 Apr 2002
PARIS

Toward a Delicate Balance? The New Developing Security Relationship Between the EU and NATO
Professor ANAND MENON
University of Birmingham,
Director European Research Institute ERI

12 Apr 2002
PARIS

The Future of the CFSP and the Process of Laeken:
How Can a More Integrated Foreign and Security Policy in Europe Be Achieved?
Marcel H. VAN HERPEN
Director, The Cicero Foundation

 
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