Seminar

Politische Winterschule der Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung

Außen- und Sicherheitspolitik

Die KAS fördert im Südkaukasus eine stärkere Programmorientierung in der Politik. Im Rahmen einer politischen Winterschule werden mit politische besonders interessierten Studenten Themen der Sicherheits- und Außenpolitik erarbeitet.

Details

Friday, 13. February 2009

16.00

Arrival Participants & Experts

18.30

Opening of the Political Winter School on Foreign Politics and Security Politics

Katja Christina Plate

Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung

Head of Regional Program for Political Dialogue in the South Caucasus

Saturday, 14. February 2009

10.00

Foreign Politics: Basics

What is Foreign Politic? How does Foreign Politics work? What is going on in the Foreign Ministry? How do International Relations work?

Dustin Dehéz

Lecturer at the Otto-Suhr-Institut of the Freie Universität Berlin

11.45

Security Policy: Basics

What is Security Politic? Elements of Security Policy? How does Security Policy work? What is the difference between Security Policy and Foreign Policy?

Dustin Dehéz

13.00

Lunch

14:00

Political Frameworks for foreign Politics in the South Caucasus

GUAM, Black Sea Cooperation, EU Neighbourhood Policy, NATO-Accession, Relationships with the “Big Powers” USA & Russian Federation

Dustin Dehéz

16.30

Foreign Politics put into action: Diplomacy

Christian Plate, First Secretary of the German Embassy, talks about his experiences and observations during the Kosovo-Negotiations during which he was the Kosovo Desk Officer at the German Foreign Office. Dis-cussion about diplomatic negotiations and conflict resolution mechanisms

Christian Plate, First Secretary, German Embassy Tbilisi

Sunday, 15. February 2009

10.00

Foreign Politics: Models of West Integration

Comparisions between the “Baltic Model”, “Balkan Model” (Serbia, Bosnia-Herzegowina), “South Caucasusus Model”

Dustin Dehéz

11.45

Foreign Politics: EU Neighbourhood Policy / Eastern Partnership?

What is the EU Policy towards South Caucasus and Ukraine? What is EU Neighbourhood-Policy? What is “Eastern Partnership? How to get the maximum profit from the EU-Policies (Norway-Model for Georgia?)

Dustin Dehéz

13.00

Lunch

14.30

Working in Groups

What are the main Criterias for EU Integration? Evaluation of Georgias status quo in regard to these Criterias.

18.00

Presentation of Working Group results

Monday, 16 February 2009

9.00

Field Trip: Excursion with the EU-Monitoring Mission (tbc)

13.00

Lunch

14:00

Discussion: Experiences with the EU-Monitoring Mission

Starting of the Working Group: How should a new Foreign Policy Strategy for Georgia look like in YOUR OPINION?

16.30

Working in Groups

How should a new Foreign Policy Strategy for Georgia look like in YOUR OPINION?

18.00

Presentation of Working Group results

Tuesday, 17 February 2009

10.00

Energy Supply Security: Introduction

Worldwide resources and consumption, impacts and requirements of oil and natural gas trade,

Antje Nötzold

Lecturer at TU Chemnitz’s International Politics Department

11.45

A Case Study: Energy Policy in the South Caucasus /Black Sea-Area

Introduction to the Energy resources and transport infrastructure in the Black Sea/Caspian Sea Area,

Antje Nötzold

13.00

Lunch

14:00

A Case Study: Energy Policy in the South Caucasus /BlackSea-Area

Political Framework: Diverging interests of domestic and external players in the energy sector of the region (Russia, EU, China), the role of energy companies, Georgia’s Transit function , Turkey as a possible energy bridge

Antje Nötzold

16.30

Simulation Game

Alternative export and supply infrastructure in the Caspian Region

18.00

Presentation

Wednesday, 18. February 2009

10.00

Energy Politics: Russian Energy Policy

Russian Energy Strategy 2020, Policy towards the NIS, South Caucasus, Central Asia, Europe (South Stream / North Stream)

Antje Nötzold

11.45

Energy Politics: The EU’s Energy Policy and the possible role of the Caspian Sea Region

Split within the EU, Nabucco, importance of Caspian Region for the EU Supply Security, EU Policy in the region

Antje Nötzold

13.00

Lunch

14.30

Feedback

15.00

Departure Participants and Experts to Tbilisi

Zum Kalender hinzufügen

Veranstaltungsort

Gudauri/Georgien

Referenten

  • Dustin Dehéz
    • Lehrbeauftragter am Otto-Suhr-Institut der Freien Universität Berlin
  • Antje Nötzold
    • Lehrbeauftragte der TU Chemnitz an der Professur für Internationale Politik

Publikation

Politische Sommer- und Winterschule für politikinteressierte Nachwuchskräfte in Georgien
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Kontakt

Katja Christina Plate

Katja Christina Plate

Leiterin der Auslandsbüros Rumänien und Republik Moldau

katja.plate@kas.de +37322855905 / +40754024988
Politische Winterschule der Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung