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New Demands and Tasks of Foreign Policy

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Erwin-Schrödinger-Saal
Plenary / Panel
German and English language

Speakers

Deputy Prime Minister of the Republic of Macedonia, Skopje
Secretay-General ret., Austrian Federal Ministry for European and International Affairs, Vienna
Director, University of Kentucky, Patterson School of Diplomacy and International Commerce
Senior Research Fellow, Netherlands Institute of International Relations "Clingendael"
Association for the Promotion and the Study of International Security, Genf Chair

Gabriela KONEVSKA-TRAJKOVSKA

Deputy Prime Minister of the Republic of Macedonia, Skopje

1991-1994 Law School, University St. Cyril and Methodius, Skopje
1993-1995 Specialization on International Private and Public Law
1997 studies for Master degree at the University in Skopje on International Business Law
1994-1996 Consultant for Intellectual property rights, foreign policy and EU integration
1995-1997 Private practice as Law attorney
1998 Ministry of Finance, Macedonian Customs Administration, International Cooperation Department
 Head of International Depart. Customs (Macedonia)
 Director at the Regional Center for combating org. crime in the SEE
1999-2000 Member of the Joint Cooperation Committee, highest institutional body of the SECI Regional Center
2006 Deputy Prime Minister of the Republic of Macedonia

Dr. Albert ROHAN

Secretay-General ret., Austrian Federal Ministry for European and International Affairs, Vienna

 Studium der Rechtswissenschaften in Wien und Graz
1960 Promotion zum Doktor der Rechtswissenschaften
1960-1961 Versicherungsgesellschaft Le Monde, Paris
1961-1962 Europa Kolleg in Brügge, Belgien
1963 Eintritt in das Bundesministerium für auswärtige Angelegenheiten
1963-1966 Multilaterale Wirtschaftsabteilung
1966-1968 Botschaft Belgrad
1968-1974 Botschaft London (sukzessive Erster Sekretär, Botschaftsrat, Generalkonsul)
1975-1976 Multilaterale Wirtschaftsabteilung
1977-1981 Direktor im Kabinett des UNO Generalsekretärs, New York
1982-1985 Leiter der Abteilung II.5 (Internationale Organisationen)
1985-1990 Botschafter in Argentinien, Uruguay und Paraguay
1990-1995 Leiter der Abteilung II.3 (Zentral-, Ost- und Südosteuropa)
1993-1995 Stellvertretender Politischer Direktor
1994-1995 Nationaler Koordinator, Zentraleuropäische Initiative
1996-2001 Generalsekretär für auswärtige Angelegenheiten
2005-2008 Stv. Sonderbeauftragter des UNO Generalsekretärs für den künftigen Status Prozess für Kosovo
  Vortragstätigkeit in Universitäten und politischen Institutionen in Europa und USA
seit 2002 Außenpolitischer Kommentator in Printmedien, Radio und Fernsehen

John D. STEMPEL

Director, University of Kentucky, Patterson School of Diplomacy and International Commerce

 23 yr career in the United States Foreign Service, with overseas assignments in Africa, Iran and India, conclucing with three years as Consul General in Madras
 Washington assignments including Director, U.S. State Dept. Crisis Center and director of MidEast Affairs in the U.S. Defense Dept.
1988-93 Associate Director
1993-present Director and Professor, University of Kentucky Patterson School of Diplomacy

Dr. Peter VAN HAM

Senior Research Fellow, Netherlands Institute of International Relations "Clingendael"

1990 PhD International Relations/Political Philosophy, Leiden University
1993-96 Senior Research Fellow at the WEU Institute for Security Studies in Paris
 research positions at the Royal Institute of International Affairs, London, Columbia University, New Yor and COPRI, Denmark
 at present Senior Research Fellow at the Netherlands Institute of International Relations "Clingendael" in the Hague and Adjunct Professor at the College of Europe in Bruges, Belgium
1996-2001 Professor of West European Politics at the George C. Marshall European Center for Security Studies, Garmisch-Partenkirchen

Dr. Curt GASTEYGER

Association for the Promotion and the Study of International Security, Genf

1964-68 Programmdirektor des Internationalen Institutes für Strategische Studien in London
1968-74 Stellvertretender Direktor des Atlantischen Institutes für Internationale Angelegenheiten in Paris
1974-94 Professor für internationale Politik und Sicherheit am "Institut universitaire de hautes études internationales" in Genf
bis 1999 Direktor des von ihm gegründeten "Programme for Strategic and International Security Studies" (PSIS)
 regelmäßiger Mitarbeiter der Zeitung "Finanz & Wirtschaft"
seit 1999 Leiter der "Association pour la Promotion et l'Etude de la Sécurité Internationale" (APESI) in Genf