Forum

GLOBSEC 2011

mit der Slowakischen Atlantischen Kommission / SAC

Globsec ist ein internationales Sicherheitsforum einflussreicher Persönlichkeiten, die in der internationalen Politik, im privaten und NGO-Sektor weltweit tätig sind. Das in Mitteleuropa einmalige Projekt findet alljährlich in Bratislava statt.

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PROGRAM

(Stand zum 8. Februar 2011)

DATE: MARCH 2 – 4, 2011

1ST DAY – WEDNESDAY, MARCH 2, 2011

18:00 WELCOMING RECEPTION AND CULTURAL PROGRAMME

VENUE: HISTORICAL BUILDING OF THE NATIONAL COUNCIL OF THE SLOVAK REPUBLIC, ŽUPNÉ NÁMESTIE 12, BRATISLAVA

Hosted by PAVOL FREŠO, Chairman, Bratislava Self-Governing Region

21:00 NIGHT OWL SESSION 1: EURO: SHIFTING FROM SURVIVAL TO REVIVAL? (OFF THE RECORD)

VENUE: KEMPINSKI HOTEL RIVER PARK BRATISLAVA, DVOŘÁKOVO NÁBREŽIE 6, BRATISLAVA

CHAIRPERSON: ANNE APPLEBAUM, Columnist, Washington Post, Warsaw invited

H.E. IVAN MIKLOŠ, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Finance of the Slovak Republic confirmed

THOMAS WIESER, President, Economic and Financial Committee of the European Union, Brussels confirmed

AMB. IVAN KORČOK, Permanent Representative of the Slovak Republic to the

European Union, Brussels confirmed

SIMON TILFORD, Chief Economist, Centre for European Reform, London confirmed

21:00 NIGHT OWL SESSION 2: STRATEGIC DEFENCE REVIEWS: CAN WE DO MORE WITH LESS? (OFF THE RECORD)

VENUE: KEMPINSKI HOTEL RIVER PARK BRATISLAVA, DVOŘÁKOVO NÁBREŽIE 6, BRATISLAVA

CHAIRMAN: ROBIN SHEPHERD, Director of International Affairs, Henry Jackson Society, Bratislava confirmed

GERALD HOWARTH, Minister for International Security Strategy, Ministry of Defence of the United

Kingdom, London invited

RÓBERT ONDREJCSÁK, State Secretary of the Ministry of Defence of the Slovak Republic confirmed

JIŘÍ ŠEDIVÝ, State Secretary of the Ministry of Defence of the Czech Republic confirmed

SPEAKER (to be determined)

21:00 NIGHT OWL SESSION 3: ARE WE SECURE IN CYBER SPACE? (OFF THE RECORD)

VENUE: KEMPINSKI HOTEL RIVER PARK BRATISLAVA, DVOŘÁKOVO NÁBREŽIE 6, BRATISLAVA

CHAIRPERSON: KIM ZETTER, Contributing Editor, Wired Magazine, Washington, D. C. invited

SULEYMAN ANIL, Head, Cyber Defence Section, Emerging Security Challenges Division,

NATO, Brussels confirmed

AMB. JÜRI LUIK, Permanent Representative of the Republic of Estonia to NATO, Brussels confirmed

REX HUGHES, Visiting Fellow for Cyber Security, Wolfson College, Cambridge University, confirmed

Cambridge

SPEAKER (to be determined)

2ND DAY – THURSDAY, MARCH 3, 2011

08:30 – 09:00 OFFICIAL OPENING

VENUE: KEMPINSKI HOTEL RIVER PARK BRATISLAVA, DVOŘÁKOVO NÁBREŽIE 6, BRATISLAVA

AMB. (RET.) RASTISLAV KÁČER, President and Chairman of the Board, Slovak Atlantic Commission

MILAN JEŽOVICA, State Secretary, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Slovak Republic

DR. KARL A. LAMERS, President, NATO Parliamentary Assembly, Berlin

09:00 – 10:30 PANEL 1: GLOBAL ECONOMY: FACING THE FUTURE

CHAIRMAN: JOHN O'SULLIVAN, Economics Correspondent, The Economist, London invited

BRIGITA SCHMÖGNEROVÁ, Former Vice President, Environment, Procurement and Administration,

European Bank for Reconstruction and Development, Bratislava invited

TOMI HUHTANEN, Director, Centre for European Studies invited

ERIC NIELSEN, Chief European Economist, Goldman Sachs, London invited

JOHN VINOCUR, Senior Correspondent, International Herald Tribune, Paris invited

FREDRIK ERIXON, Director, European Centre for International Political Economy (ECIPE), Brussels invited

10:30 – 11:00 Networking Coffee Break

11:00 – 12:30 PANEL 2: EUROPEAN ORDER: ARE WE HEADING TOWARDS A MULTIPOLAR EUROPE?

CHAIRMAN: EDWARD LUCAS, International Editor, The Economist, London confirmed

CHRISTAN SCHMIDT, Parliamentary State Secretary, Federal Ministry of Defence of the Federal

Republic of Germany, Berlin prel. confirmed

ROBIN NIBLETT, Director, Chatham House, London invited

ALEKSANDR GOLTS, Journalist, Military Expert, Ezhednevny Zhurnal, Moscow invited

SOLI ÖZEL, Professor of International Relations and Political Science, Bilgi University, Istanbul confirmed

12:30 – 14:00 NETWORKING LUNCH

14:00 – 15:30 PANEL 3: ENERGY SECURITY FROM THE VISEGRAD PERSPECTIVE

CHAIRMAN: VLADIMIR SOCOR, Senior Fellow, Eurasia Programme, Jamestown Foundation, Berlin confirmed

KAREL HIRMAN, Adviser to the Prime Minister of the Slovak Republic on Energy Security, Bratislava prel. confirmed

AMB. ANITA ORBÁN, Ambassador for Energy Security, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic

of Hungary, Budapest confirmed

REPRESENTATIVE OF THE EUROPEAN COMMISSION (to be determined)

SPEAKER (to be determined)

15:30 – 15:45 Networking Coffee Break

15:45 – 17:15 PANEL 4: EU TODAY AND TOMORROW

CHAIRMAN: AMB. (RET.) RASTISLAV KÁČER, PRESIDENT, Slovak Atlantic Commission confirmed

H. E. JÁNOS MARTONYI: HUNGARIAN PRESIDENCY OF THE EU

Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Hungary prel. confirmed

H. E. RADEK SIKORSKI: CSDP AS A PRIORITY OF THE POLISH EU PRESIDENCY

Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Poland invited

H. E. KAREL SCHWARZENBERG

Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Czech Republic prel. confirmed

17:15 – 17:30 Networking Coffee Break

17:30 – 19:00 PANEL 5: TRANSATLANTIC RELATIONS IN THE 21ST CENTURY: THE ROLE OF CENTRAL EUROPE

CHAIRPERSON: CONSTANZE STELZENMÜLLER, Senior Transatlantic Fellow, The German Marshall Fund

of the U. S., Berlin confirmed

A. WESS MITCHELL, President and Co-Founder, Center for European Policy Analysis,

Washington, D. C. confirmed

JEREMY SHAPIRO, Special Advisor to the Assistant Secretary of State for European and Eurasian

Affairs, US Department of State, Washington, D. C. confirmed

MARCIN ZABOROWSKI, Director, Polish Institute for International Affairs, Warsaw confirmed

TOMÁŠ VALÁŠEK, Member of the Board, Slovak Atlantic Commission; Director of Foreign Policy

and Defence, Centre for European Reform, London confirmed

21:00 NIGHT OWL SESSION 4: SORTING OUT THE NATO – EU COOPERATION (OFF THE RECORD)

CHAIRPERSON: JUDY DEMPSEY, International Herald Tribune confirmed

STEFANIE BABST, NATO Acting Assistant Secretary General for Public

Diplomacy, NATO Headquarters, Brussels confirmed

AMB. TACAN ILDEM, Director General for International Security Affairs, Ministry of Foreign Affairs

of the Republic of Turkey, Ankara confirmed

AMB. ZOLTÁN MARTINUSZ, Principal Adviser on External Affairs, Cabinet of the President of the European Council H. E. Herman Van Rompuy, European Council, Brussels invited

AMB. (RET.) KAREL KOVANDA, Former Deputy Director General for External Relations, European

Commission; Former Permanent Representative of the Czech Republic to NATO, Prague confirmed

21:00 NIGHT OWL SESSION 5: DEMOCRACY PROMOTION AFTER THE PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION IN BELARUS (OFF THE RECORD)

CO-ORGANIZED BY THE CENTRE FOR EUROPEAN STUDIES AND THE INSTITUTE FOR MODERN SLOVAKIA

CHAIRMAN: ROLAND FREUDENSTEIN, Deputy Director and Head of Research, Centre for European Studies, Brussels confirmed

MILAN JEŽOVICA, State Secretary of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Slovak Republic confirmed

EUGENIUSZ SMOLAR, Visiting Senior Fellow, Centre for European Studies, Brussels; Senior Fellow,

Polish Institute of International Affairs; Warsaw confirmed

ALAKSANDR MILINKEVICH, Opposition Leader, Minsk confirmed

SPEAKER (to be determined)

21:00 – 22:30 BREAK-OUT DINNER SESSIONS

A/ CLIMATE CHANGE: AN ISSUE OF NATIONAL SECURITY?

B/ UKRAINE: HEADING EAST OR WEST?

C/ NUCLEAR POLICY OF NATO AND THE EURO-ATLANTIC SECURITY

D/ ENERGY MIX: A WAY TOWARDS SUSTAINABLE FUTURE?

E/ ENERGY INFRASTRUCTURE: THE UNDERBELLY OF THE VISEGRAD REGION?

F/ CYBER SECURITY: RISKS AND SOLUTIONS

G/ DEFENCE COOPERATION AFTER CRISIS

3RD DAY – FRIDAY, MARCH 4, 2011

09:00 – 10:30 PANEL 6: EASTERN PARTNERSHIP 2.0

CO-ORGANIZED BY THE EUROPEAN COUNCIL FOR FOREIGN RELATIONS (ECFR)

KEYNOTE REMARKS: H. E. MIKULÁŠ DZURINDA, Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Slovak Republic confirmed

CHAIRMAN: AMB. (RET.) RASTISLAV KÁČER, President and Chairman of the Board, Slovak Atlantic

Commission, Bratislava confirmed

H. E. KONSTYANTYN GRYSHCHENKO, Minister for Foreign Affairs of Ukraine invited

H. E. IURIE LEANCĂ, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs and European

Integration of the Republic of Moldova invited

H. E. GRIGOL VASHADZE, Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Georgia invited

NICU POPESCU, Senior Policy Fellow, European Council on Foreign Relations, London confirmed

10:30 – 11:00 Networking Coffee Break

11:00 – 12:30 PANEL 7: TWO YEARS AFTER U.S. – RUSSIA RESET: RETHINK OR CONTINUE?

CHAIRMAN: FREDERICK KEMPE, President and CEO, Atlantic Council, Washington, D.C. invited

MICHAEL MCFAUL, Special Assistant to the President and Senior Director for Russia and Eurasian

Affairs Director for Eastern Europe, U.S. National Security Council, Washington, D.C. invited

MIKHAIL MARGELOV, Chairman, Committee on Foreign Affairs, Federation Council of the

Russian Federation, Moscow invited

AMB. MIROSLAV LAJČÁK, Managing Director for Russia, Eastern Neighbourhood and the Western

Balkans, European External Actions Service, Brussels; Former Minister of Foreign Affairs of the

Slovak Republic (2009 – 2010) confirmed

BOBO LO, Analyst and Former Deputy Head at the Australian Embassy in Moscow, London confirmed

ANDREW MICHTA, Senior Scholar, Woodrow Wilson Center; M.W. Buckman Distinguished Professor

of International Studies, Rhodes College, Washington, D. C. confirmed

12:30 – 14:00 NETWORKING LUNCH

14:00 – 15:30 PANEL 8: NATO AFTER LISBON: WHAT LIES AHEAD?

KEYNOTE REMARKS: STEFANIE BABST, NATO Acting Assistant Secretary General for Public Diplomacy,

NATO Headquarters, Brussels confirmed

CHAIRMAN: DAMON WILSON, Executive Vice President, Atlantic Council, Washington, D.C. confirmed

AMB. JÜRI LUIK, Permanent Representative of the Republic of Estonia to NATO, Brussels confirmed

AMB. ADAM KOBIERACKI, Director, Department of Security Policy, Ministry of Foreign Affairs

of the Republic of Poland confirmed

AMB. TACAN ILDEM, Director General for International Security Affairs, Ministry of Foreign Affairs

of the Republic of Turkey, Ankara confirmed

AMB. (RET.) KURT VOLKER, Managing Director and Senior Fellow, Center for Transatlantic Relations,

School of Advanced International Studies, Johns Hopkins University, Washington, D.C. confirmed

15:30 CLOSING REMARKS AND SUMMARY

Zum Kalender hinzufügen

Veranstaltungsort

Bratislava, Hotel Kempinski

Kontakt

Gabriela Tibenská

Projektkoordinatorin

gabriela.tibenska@kas.de +421 910 526 300
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