Spotkanie zatytułowane ‘The Eastern and Southern Dimensions of the European Neigbourhood Policy
3 czerwca w Brukseli odbędzie się spotkanie zatytułowane ‘The Eastern and Southern Dimensions of the European Neigbourhood Policy’ z udziałem Eugeniusza Smolara, Prezesa CSM.
This event aims at addressing the supposed cleavage between Eastern and Southern vectors of the European Neighborhood Policy (ENP) in terms of existing policy instruments, financial resources and institutional capacities of both the EU and member states.
We have the honor to be joined by H.E. Ján Kubis, Foreign Minister of Slovakia, who will initiate the debate by his keynote remarks.
The panel will include former EU Commissioner Péter Balázs (Director, Center for EU Enlargement Studies – CENS, Central European University, Budapest), Alexander Duleba, (Director, Research Center of the Slovak Foreign Policy Association – SFPA, Bratislava), Eugeniusz Smolar, (President, Center for International Relations – CIR, Warsaw), Jirí Schneider (Program Director, Prague Security Studies Institute – PSSI) who will share some of their policy analysis and recommendations drawing on an international joint research project co-sponsored by the Visegrad Fund and the German Marshall Fund of the United States.
Four institutes from Budapest, Bratislava, Prague and Warsaw have been conducting joint research project co-sponsored by the International Visegrad Fund and the German Marshall Fund of the United States. The aim of the 3-year (2006-2008) project is to bring new impulses to policy debates and to uphold a role of Visegrad countries in shaping the political agenda of the European Council, European Commission, European Parliament, member states and other actors in the area of the Common Foreign and Security Policy and the Eastern Dimension of the European Neighbourhood Policy.
Więcej o projekcie na stronach CSM: www.csm.org.pl/...