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Operation «Althea» and the prospects of the EU’s engagement in Bosnia and Herzegovina – the V4 view points

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22 lutego 2007
Brno

 

Programme

 

Thursday, February 22, 2007

 

15.00 – 15.15   Introduction

  • Břetislav Dančák, Director of the International Institute of Political Science, Brno
  • Adam Eberhardt, Deputy Director of the Research Office of the Polish Institute of International Affairs, Warsaw

 

Session #1   15.15 – 18.00
Rules of engagement  of international military forces in B&H

Moderator: Břetislav Dančák  International Institute of Political Science, Brno

  1. Evaluation of the present EU involvement in B&H
  2. Internal threats for stability of B&H and challenges for the international presence.
  3. If and when B&H will be able to develop without the EU military involvement? What “exit strategy” should be considered?     
  • Jan Závěšický, International Institute of Political Science, Brno
  • Wojciech Stanisławski, Centre for Eastern Studies, Warsaw
  • Miroslav Kysel, Slovak Foreign Policy Association, Bratislava
  • Imre Szilágyi, Hungarian Institute of International Affairs, Budapest
  • Ladislav Hladký, Institute of History, Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic, Brno
  • Ivo Pikner, Institute of Strategic Studies, University of Defence, Brno

 

Friday, February 23, 2007

 

Session #2   9.00 – 12.00
Regional aspects of EU activities in B&H

Moderator: Leszek Jesień, Polish Institute of International Affairs, Warsaw

  1. Stabilisation of B&H and political changes in the Western Balkans (interests of the neighbouring countries, question of the Kosovo status and the influence of other operations in the region;
  2. Western Balkans in the foreign policy of the V4 countries
  3. Welcomed future areas of the EU involvement in the process of B&H state-building
  • Iván Halász, Pázmány Péter Catholic University /Corvinus University, Budapest
  • Věra Stojarová, Department of Political Science, Masaryk University, Brno
  • Tomáš Strážay, Slovak Foreign Policy Association, Bratislava
  • Jan Havránek, Prague Security Studies Institute, Prague
  • Rastislav Báchora, Centre for European and North Atlantic Affairs, Bratislava
  • Libor Frank, Institute of Strategic Studies, University of Defence, Brno
  • Beata Górka-Winter, Polish Institute of International Affairs, Warsaw

 
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