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Macedonia between Conflict and Stability: Overcoming Corruption, Violence and Nationalism

Macedonia Between Conflict and Stability: Overcoming Corruption, Violence and Nationalism
September 24, 2003

Staff-prepared summary of the East European Studies discussion with Ed Joseph, Former Director of the Macedonia Project, International Crisis Group and EES Research Scholar

Visegrad, Vilnius and the Atlantic: What Can the New Democracies Bring to NATO?

Visegrad, Vilnius and the Atlantic: What Can the New Democracies Bring to NATO?
September 10, 2003

Staff-prepared summary of the East European Studies discussion with Philip Dimitrov, Former Bulgarian Prime Minister and Wilson Center Public Policy Scholar

Shaking Off the Shakedown State? Crime and Corruption in Post-Ohrid Macedonia

Staff-prepared summary of the East European Studies discussion with Robert Hislope, Assistant Professor of Political Science at Union College and a Title-VIII JSTS Alumnus.

Rating the Slobo Show:<br> Is the ICTY's Leading Case Advancing Justice?

Staff-prepared summary of the East European Studies discussion with Eric Gordy, Assistant Professor of Sociology at Clark University, MA and a Title-VIII JSTS Alumnus.

Combating Organized Crime in the Balkans

Staff-prepared summary of the East European Studies discussion with David Binder, Correspondent for MSNBC and former New York Times correspondent, and Dr. John F. Markey, Director of Law Enforcement Assistance Programs and Coordinator of SECI at the U.S. Department of State.

NATO and the EU: The Institutional and Policy Challenges for Euro-Atlantic Organizations and Northeastern and Southeastern Europe

Tentative Agenda

8:45 - 9:00
Introductions

Martin Sletzinger, East European Studies, Woodrow Wilson Center
Samuel Wells, West European Studies, Woodrow Wilson Center
James Henderson, Stanley Foundation

The Albanian National Question and Balkan Security

Staff-prepared summary of the East European Studies discussion with Elez Biberaj, the Chief of Voice of America's Albanian Service.

The Prague Summit: Problems and Challenges for an Enlarged NATO

Summary of the East European Studies/Stanley Foundation discussion and policy bulletin launch with Ronald Linden, a Professor of Political Science at the University of Pittsburgh, PA and Chair of the EES Advisory Council; Andrew Michta, the Mertie Willigar Buckman Professor of International Studies at Rhodes College, TN and Member of the EES Advisory Council; and Jeffrey Simon, a Senior Fellow at the Institute for National Strategic Studies of the National Defense University, DC.

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