The Polish Institute of International Affairs
“The EU-US Cooperation”
TransAtlantic Dialogue – 3rd
Belvedere Palace, Warsaw
May 30 – June 1, 2003
Steering Committee: Lawrence S. Graham, Ryszard Stemplowski, Laurence A. Whitehead
Moderator: Bohdan Lewandowski
Proceedings Editors: Lawrence S. Graham and Ryszard Stemplowski
Conference Secretary: Katarzyna Kołakowska
Friday, May 30
Arrivals. Hyatt Regency Warsaw Hotel
19:00 Belvedere Restaurant. Dinner
Guest of Honour: Professor Adam Daniel Rotfeld, Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs
Saturday, May 31
08:00 Hyatt Regency Warsaw Hotel. Breakfast
Guest of Honour: Mr Daniel Passent, Ambassador of the Republic of Poland in Chile (1997-2001)
9:30-12:45 Belvedere Palace Conference Room. 1st Session: "The Iraqi Catalyst"
13:00 Belvedere Palace Pompeian Room. Lunch
Guest of Honour: Professor Michał Kleiber, Minister of Science, Chairman of the State Committee for Scientific Research
15:00–19:00 Belvedere Palace Conference Room. 2nd Session: "The Long Term Foresight: The EU-US Relationship". Closing Remarks.
20:00 Belvedere Palace Pompeian Room. Dinner
Guest of Honour: Dr. Jan Kułakowski, Chief Negotiator of Poland's membership in the European Union (1998-2001)
Sunday, June 1
08:00 Hyatt Regency Warsaw Hotel. Working Breakfast. Sightseeing. Departures
Participants: Alyson J. K. Bailes, Krzysztof Bobiński, Sławomir Dębski, Jean-Yves Haine, Lawrence S. Graham, Bohdan Lewandowski, Bastien Nivet, Alberta Sbragia, Klaus-Heinrich Standke, Ryszard Stemplowski, Laurence A. Whitehead.
Invited observers: Embassies of Canada, France, Germany, Mexico, Sweden, UK, USA, Greece (Presidency of the Council of the EU), Italy and Ireland (following Presidency of the Council of the EU); Ministry of Foreign Affairs (Poland); Chancellery of the President (National Security Bureau), Chancellery of the Prime Minister, Ministry of Defence, The Office of the Committee for European Integration, Government Centre for Strategic Studies, The Polish Institute of International Affairs’ analysts, the accredited media.