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CONFERENCE PROGRAMME
"SECURITY IN SOUTHEASTERN EUROPE"
 

Belgrade
Serbia and Montenegro
23 - 24 April 2004
Hotel Hyatt Regency



Friday 23 April 2004
"Beograd" Conference Room

 

10.00-10.05 Welcome address by Professor Aleksandar Fatic, Director, Security Policy Group, Centre for Security Studies, Beograd

 

10.05-10.30 Official opening of the conference by H.E. Mr. Dragan Jocic, Serbian Minister of the Interior

 

10.30-10.45 Address by Mr. David McIlroy, Deputy Head of Mission, British Embassy.

 


10.45-11.00 Coffee break


 

11.00-13.00

I Panel
Political Aspects of Balkan Security
 

Chair: Aleksandar Fatic

 

1. Misha Glenny, "Terrorism and Organised Crime in Southeastern Europe" (Keynote presentation)

2. Örjan Sturesjö, Professor, Department of East European Studies, Uppsala University, Topic of the presentation: "The Fear of a Greater Albania";

3. Othon Anastasakis, Director, South East European Studies Programme (SEESP), European Studies Centre, St Antony's College, University of Oxford, Topic of the presentation: "Greece's Regional Role in the Balkans: From Antagonism to Cooperation"; 60 kb;

4. Srdan Vucetic, Department of Political Science, Ohio State University, Columbus, Topic of the presentation: "Illegal Migration in the Balkans: Whose Security Concerns?". 195 kb ;

4 x 20-minute presentation, 40 minutes plenary discussion

 


13.00-14.00 Lunch


 

 14.00-16.00

II Panel
Security Aspects of the Albanian Issue in the Balkans
 

Chair: Örjan Sturesjö

 

1. Predrag Simic, Faculty of Political Science, University of Belgrade, Topic of the presentation: "Risks Related to Possible Kosovo Solutions"; 40 kb;

2. Nicola Mai, Morris Ginsberg Research Fellow, Department of Sociology, London School of Economics, Topic of the presentation: "The Securitization and De-Securitization of the Albanian Migratory Flow: Myths, Moral Panics and the Actual Opportunities and Predicaments Posed"; 50 kb;

3. Ulf Brunnbauer, Professor, East European Institute, Free University, Berlin, Topic of the presentation: "Security Problems in the Republic of Macedonia Three Years After the Ohrid Agreement"; 100 kb;

4. Biljana Vankovska, Faculty of Political Science, University of Skopje, Topic of the presentation: "Post-Ohrid Macedonia: Facing the Truth or Another Virtual Reality?"

4 x 20-minute presentation, 40 minutes plenary discussion

 


16.00-16.30 Coffee break


 

 16.30-18.30

III Panel
Soft Security, Crime & Crime Control
 

Chair: Nicola Mai 

 

1. Peter Bach, Coordinator for Law Enforcement, European Agency for Reconstruction, Topic of the presentation: "Police Reform in Serbia";

2. Dragan Simic, Professor, Faculty of Political Science, University of Belgrade, Topic of the presentation: "Soft Security";

3. Aleksandar Fatic, Director, Security Policy Group, Centre for Security Studies, Beograd,Topic of the presentation: "Combating Organized Crime in Serbia";

4. Nebojša Medojevic Executive Director, Group for Reforms, Topic of the presentation: "Corruption as a Security Factor in Southeastern Europe";

5. Aleksandra Bulatovic, The Institute for Criminological and Sociological Research, Topic of the presentation: “Implementation of the international criminal law norms: the controversies” 55 kb;

4 x 20-minute presentation, 40 minutes plenary discussion

 


Saturday 24 April 2004
"Crystal Hall" Conference Room

 

 11.00-13.00

I Panel
Warfare, Security, and European Integrations

Chair: Othon Anastasakis 

 

1. Dimitar Bechev, South-East European Programme, St. Antony's College, University of Oxford, Topic of the presentation: "The Multiple Faces of Security in the Balkans"; 140 kb;

2. Emilian Kavalski, Department of Politics, International Relations and European Studies, Loughborough University, Topic of the presentation: "Consensual Hegemony and the West European Promotion of Order in the Balkans"; 210 kb ;

3. Denisa Kostovicova, Research Fellow, Centre for the Study of Global Governance, London School of Economics, Topic of the presentation: "The Balkans, European Integration and Security: Challenges and Gaps";

4 x 20-minute presentation, 40 minutes plenary discussion

 


13.00-14.00 Lunch


 

 14.00-16.00

II Panel
Assessing the Magnitude of Security Challenges
 

Chair: Biljana Vankovska 

 

1. James Gow, Department of War Studies, King's College, London, Topic of the presentation: "The War Crimes Legacy";

2. Sappho Xenakis, DPhil Candidate in International Relations, St. Antonys College, Oxford University, Topic of the presentation: "The Challenge of Assessing Transnational Organised Criminal Activity in the Balkans";

3. Aldo Bumçi, Albanian Institute of International Studies, Tirana, Topic of the presentation: "A Hierarchy of Security Concerns From the Albanian Perspective";

4. Boris Divjak, President, Transparency International Bosnia and Herzegovina, Topic of the presentation: "Corruption and the International Administration in Bosnia and Herzegovina". 222 kb;

4 x 20-minute presentation, 40 minutes plenary discussion

 


16.00-17.00 Coffee break


 

17.00-18.30 Concluding Discussions and Closing of the Conference