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LECTURES winter 2005

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08 Jul 2005

The Failed European Constitution and US Interests
(Published IntheNationalInterest)

MARCEL H. VAN HERPEN
Director
The Cicero Foundation

08 Dec 2005
PARIS

Spreading Democracy: A Shared Transatlantic Goal or a Dangerous Apple of Discord?
WILLIAM PFAFF
International Herald Tribune

08 Dec 2005
PARIS

Redefining the Transatlantic Relationship for the Twenty-First Century – Why the US and Europe Need Each Other
HALL GARDNER
Chair
American University of Paris
Department of International Affairs and Politics

09 Dec 2005
PARIS

Developing a Defence and Security Policy in the EU
A View from the British Presidency

H.E. Sir JOHN HOLMES
British Ambassador to France

09 Dec 2005
PARIS

The Role of the EU in Fighting Proliferation
An Assessment of the Iran Case and its Consequences

Dr. ALYSON J.K. BAILES
Director
Stockholm International Peace Research Institute SIPRI

09 Dec 2005
PARIS

Headline Goal 2010 and the Concept of the EU Battle Groups
An Assessment of the Build-up of a European Defence Capability

Dr. JULIAN LINDLEY-FRENCH
University of Munich
Centre for Applied Policy
Senior Scholar

09 Dec 2005
PARIS

European Defence Procurement Integration: How to Handle Article 296 EC?
Dr. ARIS GEORGOPOULOS
University of Dundee

 
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