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Europe between Islam and the United States: Current Trends and Future Options

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12 czerwca 2006
Warsaw

Programme

12 June 2006

 

9.15-10.00 am

Welcoming addresses

  • Prof. Adam D. Rotfeld, former Minister of Foreign Affairs of Poland
  • Prof. Joseph A. Camilleri, Director, Centre for Dialogue, La Trobe University
  • Prof. Edward Haliżak, Director, Institute for International Relations, University of Warsaw

 

10.00-10.30 am Break

 

10.30 am-12.15 pm

Session 1: Contextual Overview

Chair: Prof. Janusz Danecki, Institute of Oriental Studies, University of Warsaw

Presentation 1:
Europe and Islam: The Interplay of Interests, Identity and Geopolitics
Prof. Joseph A. Camilleri, Centre for Dialogue, La Trobe University

Presentation 2:
A Plural West Facing a Plural Islam
Prof. Vittorio Emanuele Parsi, International Relations, The Catholic University of Milan, Italy

Presentations 3:    
The Self and the Other : the Issue of Islam and Europe
Prof. Gilles Kepel, Institute of Political Studies in Paris (Sciences- Po), France

Discussion

 

12.15-1.15 pm Lunch

 

1.15-3.00 pm

Session 2: Geopolitical Approaches/Perspectives 1
The West and Islam

Chair: Prof. Janusz Symonides, Institute of International Relations, University of Warsaw

Presentation 1:      
The European Union and the Promotion of Democracy in the Middle East
Mr. Krzysztof Bobiński, Polish Institute of International Affairs, Poland

Presentation 2:      
The Role of the European Union in the Iraqi Conflict
Prof. Ingfrid Schütz-Müller, Institute of Political Studies, University of Vienna, Austria

Presentation 3:      
Radical Islamic Movements in Indonesia & South-East Asia and its implications for Europe
Prof. Hermann Mückler, Faculty of Social Sciences, University of Vienna, Austria

Discussion

 

3.00-3.20 pm Break

 

3.20-4.30 pm

Session 3:
Perspectives from Islam

Chair: Prof. Jerzy Zdanowski, Polish Academy of Sciences, Poland

Presentation 1:      
The Perception of Europe and European States among Muslim Minorities in Europe. The Influence of Legal Status and Citizenship.
Dr. Agata S. Nalborczyk, Institute of Oriental Studies, University of Warsaw, Poland

Presentation 2:  
The US Foreign Policy in the Middle East and its Perception by Arabs
Dr. Jan Bury, Polish Institute of International Affairs, Poland

Discussion

 

13 June 2006

 

9.15-10.25 am

Session 4:
The Challenge of Turkey

 

Chair: Mr. Krzysztof Bobiński, Polish Institute of International Affairs 

Presentation 1:     
Euro-Mediterranean versus Greater Middle East or on Europe’s Need to Transcend Divides by Recognizing Difference 
Dr. Fabio Petito, Università degli Studi di Napoli, ‘L’Orientale’, Italy and the Graduate School of Management (ESCP-EAP), France

Presentation 2:      
Little Yet Some Room to Move: Central and Eastern Europe Between ‘Europe’, Russia, America and Islam
Mr. Cezary Milosinski, Politics, La Trobe University, Australia

Discussion

 

10.25-10.50 am Break

 

10.50-12.00 pm

Session 5:
Geopolitical Approaches/Perspectives 2
‘Euro-Regions’ and Islam

Chair: Prof. Edward Haliżak, Institute of International Relations, University of Warsaw

Presentation 1:     
Islam in the Balance of Turkey-European Union Relations
Dr. Effie Fokas, International Relations, London School of Economics, United Kingdom

Presentation 2:      
Navigating through the Bosphorus: Relocating Turkey’s (European/Western) Faultline
Dr. Michális S. Michael, Centre for Dialogue, La Trobe University, Australia

Discussion

 

12.00-1.00 pm Lunch

 

1:00-2:00 pm

Session 6: Plenary/Planning Session

Chair: Prof. Joseph A. Camilleri, Centre for Dialogue, La Trobe University

  • Publications
  • Future Projects
  • Discussion

 

2.00-2.15 pm Break

 

2.15-4.00 pm   

Session 7: Minority and Human Rights Politics

Chair: Prof. Roman Kuźniar, Polish Institute of International Affairs

Presentation 1:  
Islamic Minorities in Europe – the Problem of Perception
Prof. Stanisław Pawlak, Institute of International Relations, University of Warsaw University, Poland

Presentation 2:      
The Examination of European Values by European Muslims: The Cases Treated in the European Human Right Court and the Turkish Encounter.
Prof. Yasin Aktay, Department of Sociology, Selcuk University, Turkey

Presentation 3:    
Human Rights in Islamic Societies from the Perspective of Western Values
Prof. Janusz Symonides, Institute of International Relations, University of Warsaw, Poland

Discussion

4.00-4.20 pm  Closing Remarks

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