50 / REGIONAL SECURITY AND COOPERATION IN SOUTH EAST EUROPE


25 June – 1 July 2012   print this page

Course directors:

Lee Kendall Metcalf, Florida State University, United States
Radovan Vukadinović, University of Zagreb, Croatia
Anton Grizold, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia


Course description:

The region of South East Europe is slowly approaching Euro-atlantic integrations (EU and NATO) but there are still some unfinished issues (Bosnia and Herzegovina, Kosovo and Macedonia). The aim of the course is to analyise current suecurity developements and challenges in the region among young scolars and leaders from the region but also from the United States (Florida State University). Regional cooperation is seen as the most important tool in process of stabilization of the region and its approachment to the EU and NATO.


Course lecturers:

Dragan Simić, University of Belgrade, Serbia
Michael Kline, Florida State University, United States
Lee Kendall Metcalf, Florida State University, United States
Caitlin Anderson, Florida State University, United States
Kori Pruett, Florida State University, United States
Dana Terry, Florida State University, United States
Carlie Brown, Florida State University, United States
Matthew Davenport, Florida State University, United States
Lidija Čehulić, University of Zagreb, Croatia
Đana Luša, University of Zagreb, Croatia
Stanislava Jerkić, University of Zagreb, Croatia
Rea Poljak, University of Zagreb, Croatia
Radovan Vukadinović, University of Zagreb, Croatia
Dragan Vukčević, University of Montenegro, Montenegro
Nataša Martinović, University of Montenegro, Montenegro
Besfort Rrecaj, University of Prishtina, Kosovo
Iztok Prezelj, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia
Lidija Georgieva, St. Cyril and Methodius University, Skopje, Macedonia
Peter Stania, International Institute for Peace, Vienna, Austria
Mile Lasić, University of Mostar, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Martina Planinić, University of Mostar, Bosnia and Herzegovina


Work Schedule:

Monday 25th June

Arrival of the participants

National Holiday in Croatia

Tuesday 26th June

10- 10.15 Opening session

Prof. Radovan Vukadinović, University of Zagreb

Prof. Lee Metcalf, Florida State University

10.15-10.30 “WHO is WHO?”, “WHY I AM HERE”

Introduction of the participants

10,30-12,00 SEE between Globalization and Marginalization

Prof. Radovan Vukadinović, University of Zagreb

12,00-14.00 Discussion

Wednesday 27th June

WORKSHOP I

10,00-12,00 SEE and Euroatlantic integrations (NATO, European Union)

Prof. Lidija Čehulić , University of Zagreb

WORKSHOP I

Croatia as a New Member of NATO

Rea Poljak, M.A. Faculty of political sciences, Zagreb

Croatia as a Future Member of European Union

Stanislava Jerkić M.A. Faculty of political sciences, Zagreb

12 00,12,30 Break

12,30-14,00 Discussion

Thursday, 28rth June

WORKSHOP II

10,00-12,00Montenegro on its way to Euroatlantic integrations

Martinoivic Nataša, M.A. Faulty of political sciences, Podgorica

Bosnia and Herzegovina –what’s going on?

M.A. Martina Planinic Vuletic, University of Mostar

12,00-12,30 break

12,30-14,00 The Case of Greece- what ‘s going on?

Balani Erjona, , Panteon Uni versity of Athens , Social and Political Sciences, Department of European and International Studies

Albania towards Europe and Euroatlantic integrations

Zhako Eleana Faculty ,of History and Philology University of Tirana

Friday 29th June

10:00-14,00

WORKSHOP III

AMERICAN DAY

The Obama Doctrine and American Foreign Policy Tradition

Prof. Lee Metcalf, Florida State University

Participants from Florida State University

Kline Michael, Lauren Carter

Discussion

Saturday, 30th June

10,00- 14,00

WORKSHOP IV

Lauren Carter, London School of Economics and Political Science

Closure of the Seminar/ Awarding Certificates

Prof. Radovan Vukadinović, University of Zagreb

Prof. Lee Metcalf, Florida State University

Sunday, 1st July

Departure of the Participants