home | about | seminars | lectures online | publications | scholarships | links | search


LECTURES winter 2004

Some of our lectures are now available online. Permission to make digital or hard copies of any information contained in these web pages is granted for personal use, without fee and without formal request. Full citation and copyright notice must appear on the first page. Copies may not be made or distributed for profit or commercial advantage. To republish, to post to servers or to redistribute to lists, requires prior specific permission and/or fee. Any feedback on this page should be sent to: info@cicerofoundation.org.

14 Oct 2004
PARIS

Prospects of Economic Integration: Are the New Member States Ready to Catch Up in the Wider EU?
PATRICK LENAIN
OECD, Paris Economic Department

14 Oct 2004
PARIS

Fiscal Policy Challenges Facing the New Member States in a Period of Large Capital Inflows and Substantial Investment Requirements (powerpoint file)
ARMIN-DETLEF RIESS
European Investment Bank, Luxembourg
Deputy Head Economic and Financial Studies Department

14 Oct 2004
PARIS

The New Debate: Does Financial Solidarity in the Enlarged EU Require Fiscal Harmonisation Between Old and New Member States?
Dr. TAMÁS SZEMLÉR
Senior Research Fellow Institute for World Economics of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences

14 Oct 2004
PARIS

Preparing for Euro-Zone Membership:
Economic, Financial, and Monetary Lessons from the Past Relevant for the New Member States
Mr. PHILIPPE MOUTOT
European Central Bank, Frankfurt am Main
Deputy Director General, DG Economics

14 Oct 2004
PARIS

Stabilising the Balkans by the Prospect of EU Membership?
Mr. REINHARD PRIEBE
European Commission, Brussels
Director of Directorate D, Western Balkans

14 Oct 2004
PARIS

Catching Up after Enlargement: What Strategies to Choose? The Example of Poland
His Excellency Mr. JAN BIELAWSKI
Ambassador of Poland to the OECD

15 Oct 2004
PARIS

The Impact of Turkey's Membership on the EU:
Will Turkey Be a Security Provider or a Security Risk?
Dr. Meltem MÜFTÜLER BAC
Associate Professor of International Relations
Sabanci University, Istanbul Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences

15 Oct 2004
PARIS

NATO Membership and ESDP after Iraq:
How Do the New Member States View their Security Interests?
Mr. MARCEL H. VAN HERPEN
Director Cicero Foundation

15 Oct 2004
PARIS

Will Enlargement Lead to Structured Cooperation
Between a Small Group of EU Countries?
Mr. GILLES ANDREANI
Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Paris
Director, Centre d'Analyse et de Prévision

15 Oct 2004
PARIS

What Will Be the Impact of the New Constitution on the Position of the New Member States?
Prof. RENAUD DEHOUSSE
Institut d'Etudes Politiques, Paris
Jean Monnet Chair of European Studies

15 Oct 2004
PARIS

What are the Investment Strategies of the EU Concerning the Candidate Countries?
JEAN VRLA
European Investment Bank, Luxemburg;
Department Central and Eastern Europe;
Head of Operations Czech Republic

18 Nov 2004

Refugee and Migration Policy in the European Union
A report by MIKKO LÄHTEENMÄKI

18 Nov 2004
PARIS

The Problem of Irregular Migration: What Can Be Done to Combat Criminal People-Trafficking Networks? (powerpoint file)
HEIKKI MATTILA
International Organization for Migration IOM, Geneva Department of Research and Publications

18 Nov 2004
PARIS

Building a Common European Refugee and Migration Policy:
What are the Challenges?

SANDRA PRATT
European Commission, Brussels DG Justice and Home Affairs Acting Head of Unit Asylum and Immigration

18 Nov 2004
PARIS

The Emerging European Refugee Policy: Does it Live Up to the Standards of the Geneva Convention?
RAYMOND HALL
United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees UNHCR, Geneva Director of European Bureau

18 Nov 2004
PARIS

Recent Measures in the European Union and in the EU Member States that Restrict the Rights of Refugees
Mr. RICHARD WILLIAMS
European Council on Refugees and Exiles, ECRE
European Union Representative

19 Nov 2004
PARIS

EU Enlargement and Labour Migration: What are the Effects ? The Example of Britain (powerpoint file)
DANNY SRISKANDARAJAH
Institute for Public Policy Research, London Migration Expert

19 Nov 2004
PARIS

Integration and Exclusion of Migrants in France:
The Law Banning All Religious Symbols in Schools as an Example of the French Approach
Dr. PATRICK SIMON
National Institute of Demographic Studies, Paris

19 Nov 2004
PARIS

The Political Use of the Migration Issue:
Is the Emergence of Post-Modern Populist Anti-Immigration Movements à la the Dutch 'List Pim Fortuyn' Heralding a New Trend in Europe?
Mr. MARCEL H. VAN HERPEN
Director Cicero Foundation

16 Dec 2004
PARIS

Prolonged Unilateralism or a Return to Multilateralism?
WILLIAM PFAFF
International Herald Tribune

16 Dec 2004
PARIS

How Will Transatlantic Relations Develop under the Second Bush Administration?
WILLIAM PFAFF
International Herald Tribune

16 Dec 2004
PARIS

The French-American Relationship:
Will Tensions Remain or Can We Expect a Normalisation?
Mr. GUILLAUME PARMENTIER
Director, French Center on the United States
Institut français des relations internationales IFRI, Paris

16 Dec 2004
PARIS

Co-operation or Competition ? How Will The US-EU Relationship Develop in the Emerging Multipolar International Environment?
Mr. DANIEL VERNET
Director International Relations 'Le Monde'

16 Dec 2004
PARIS

ESDP and NATO: Towards a New Partition of Roles?
Ms. CLAUDE-FRANCE ARNOULD
Director, Directorate VIII - Defence Aspects Directorate-General E - External Economic Relations, Common Foreign and Security Policy
General Secretariat of the Council of the European Union

16 Dec 2004
PARIS

What is NATO's Role in the New Emerging European Security Structure of the Twenty-First Century?
A Hungarian View
His Excellency Mr. JÁNOS HERMAN
Ambassador of Hungary to NATO

17 Dec 2004
PARIS

Is the French-German Tandem Still Capable to Play a Leading Role in the Enlarged European Union?
Mr. GERHARD ALMER
First Counsellor
Embassy of Germany, Paris

17 Dec 2004
PARIS

The Impact of the European Constitution on the European Seurity and Defence Policy
Prof. KALYPSO NICOLAÏDIS
Visiting Professor, Vincent Wright Chair
Institut d'Etudes Politiques, Paris

17 Dec 2004
PARIS

France and ESDP: What is the French Role in the Build-Up of a European Security and Defence Policy?
Mr. MARCEL H. VAN HERPEN
Director Cicero Foundation

17 Dec 2004
PARIS

Combating Terrorism, Proliferation and WMD:
What is the Role of NATO?
Mr. TED WHITESIDE
Head, Weapons of Mass Destruction Center
NATO HQ, Brussels
Defence Policy and Planning Division

17 Dec 2004
PARIS

Is the EU Defence Policy Up to the Growing International Tasks?
Dr. NICOLE GNESOTTO
Director
EU Institute for Security Studies, Paris

 
info@cicerofoundation.org