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Vertrauen und Misstrauen in der Nachbarschaft

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Visiting professor of European Studies, School of Advanced International Studies, Johns Hopkins University Bologna Center, Bologna
Senior Policy Advisor, UNICEF Brussels Office - Relations with EU Institutions, Brussels
Minister for Foreign and European Affairs, Slovak Republic, Bratislava
Senator, Parliament of the Czech Republic, Prague
Generalsekretär, Bundesministerium für europäische und internationale Angelegenheiten, Wien

Paolo CALZINI

Visiting professor of European Studies, School of Advanced International Studies, Johns Hopkins University Bologna Center, Bologna

 Degree in Law, Milan University; Harkness Scholarship for Graduate Studies Columbia University, New York
 Professional Experience:
 Past: Professor of International Relations and Russian and East European History, University of Milan, University of Bologna, University of Naples "l Orientale", School of Advanced International Studies Washington D.C., State Institute in International Studies (Mgimo) Moscow.
 Lecturer: Master of Human Rights Politics, University of Siena; Master in Conflict Management, Scuola Superiore S.Anna, Pisa; Master in International Relations, University of Bologna.
 Department analyst Istituto di Studi Internazionali, Milan; Istituto Affari Internazionali, Rome; Bundesinstitute für Ostwissenschaftliche und Internationale Studien, Köln, Germany.
 Guest Lecturer (Selective list): Nato Defense College, Rome; Wilton Park Conference, United Kingdom; Istituto Diplomatico Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Rome; Centro Studi per la Difesa, Rome; Gorbachev Foundation, Moscow; Freie Universität Berlin.
 Present: Adjunct Professor of European Studies, Johns Hopkins University, Bologna Center, Italy. Scientific Consultant "Globus et Locus" Foundation, Milan, Italy
 Interest on topical subjects:
 The post Cold War and the International System; Globalisation, Democratisation and Westernisation; Euro-American Expansion in the post Soviet Space; Putin s Security and Power Politics; Order, Justice and the International System.

MA Verena KNAUS-NRECAJ

Senior Policy Advisor, UNICEF Brussels Office - Relations with EU Institutions, Brussels

M.A. Hons., Modern History, Oxford University Graduate Diploma in International Relations and Economics, The Johns Hopkins University School of Advanced International Studies Co-founder and Project Manager, European Stability Initiative (ESI), Berlin Team Leader, Lessons Learned and Analysis Unit, United Nations Interim Administration in Kosovo Head of ESI Turkey project, Istanbul World Fellow, Yale University, New Haven
1995-1998
1998-1999
1999-2001
2001-2004
since 2004
2007

Dr. Miroslav LAJCAK

Minister for Foreign and European Affairs, Slovak Republic, Bratislava

Federal Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Czechoslovakia, Prague Embassy of Czechoslovakia, Moscow Director, Cabinet of the Prime Minister of Slovakia; Director, Cabinet of the Minister, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Slovak Republic, Bratislava Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Slovak Republic to Japan Director, Cabinet of the Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Slovak Republic, Bratislava Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Slovak Republic to the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia (later Serbia and Montenegro), Republic of Albania and the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia Personal Representative of EU High Representative for CFSP to facilitate the Montenegrin dialogue Director General for Political Affairs - Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Bratislava High Representative / EU Special Representative for Bosnia and Herzegovina Gallery Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Slovak Republic Managing Director, Europe and Central Asia, EEAS - European External Action Service, Brussels Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign and European Affairs of the Slovak Republic
1988-1991
1991-1993
1993-1994
1994-1998
1998-2001
2001-2005
2005-2006
2005-2007
2007-2009
2009-2010
2010-2012
2012-2016

Alexandr VONDRA

Senator, Parliament of the Czech Republic, Prague

Geography at the Faculty of Natural Sciences of the Charles´ University, Prague Manager of the underground rock band Národní tYída, the members of which were young musicians, artists and writers; Became a member of Polish-Czechoslovak Solidarity and participated in meetings of representatives of Czechoslovak and Polish opposition in mountains on state borders and co-organized regular smuggling of literature, correspondence and technolology across border mountains. Speaker of the Charta 77 and one of the authors of the petition, several sentences; One of the founders of the Civic Forum, a political movement which lead the country to the first free elections Foreign and political advisor to the President Václav Havel Initiated the meeting of intellectuals and top representatives of Czechoslovakia, Hungary and Poland in Bratislava which later lead to the establishment of Visegrád co-operation First Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs Czech Ambassador to the United States Plenipotentiary of the Czech Government for the preparation of the Summit meeting of NATO in Prague Left diplomacy on his own decision Expert assistant of the German Marshall Fund of the U.S in Prague Acting officer and consultant of international firm Dutko Worldwide, reads lectures on Euro-American relations at the New York University (NYU) in Prague, President of the Czech Euroatlantic Council Foreign Minister of the Czech Republic in the first government of Mr Mirek Topolanek Deputy Prime Minister for European Affairs in the second government of Mr Mirek Topolanek
 activities in democratic opposition, left the faculty and worked several years as the administrator of the Asian collection of Náprstek museum in the castle in Libchov
1979-1984
 published a samizdat magazine Revolver revue together with Jáchym Topol and Ivan Lamper
 since mid 1980s Contacts with dissidents in Hungary, Poland and Lithuania
1982-1986
1987
 jailed for his activities in the prisons of Ruzyn and Pankrác
1989
 Informa ní servis was established which later became Respekt weekly
1989
1990-1992
1990
 He lead the Czech team which divided Czechoslovak foreign service, he was the Czech negotiator during talks with Germany concerning joint declaration and started discussions concerning the accession of the R to the NATO.
1992-1997
1997-2001
2001-2002
2003
2004
 He also became one of the founders of a foreign-political think-tank PASS (Program of Atlantic Security Studies in Prague) and participated in the establishment of the discussion club Osma.
 In Ústí nad Labem he helped to establish Collegium Bohemicum, the institution which will help the City museum to study history and present of Czech-German relations.
2004-2006
2006
2007-2009

Dr. Johannes KYRLE

Generalsekretär, Bundesministerium für europäische und internationale Angelegenheiten, Wien

Legal studies at the University of Vienna Doctor of Law Legal work at courts and banks Entry into the Austrian Diplomatic Service Diplomatic Exam, afterwards employed at the Multilateral Economic Department, the Secretariat General and Cabinet of the Minister (1976) Deputy Head of the Cabinet of the Federal Minister for Foreign Affairs Austrian Ambassador to the Principality of Liechtenstein with residence in Vienna Chief of Protocol
1966-1970
1970
1971-1973
1973
1975
1985-1996
1991-2002
1997-2002

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