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28.02The 12th Harvard Black Sea Security Program Regional Workshop

The 12th Harvard Black Sea Security Program Regional Workshop will take place in Bucharest, Romania from June 1-7, 2014. The program is carried out under the high patronage of the Romanian Presidential Administration, and the auspices of the Romanian Intelligence Service, by the National Intelligence Academy “Mihai Viteazul” through its National Institute for Intelligence Studies, in partnership with the Harvard University and the collaboration of the US National Intelligence University (NIU).

The Bucharest conference will be the 12th annual gathering of alumni and regional experts affiliated with Harvard’s Black Sea Security Program.  Prior workshops took place in Yalta, Ukraine (2002); Baku, Azerbaijan (2003); Batumi, Georgia (2004); Chisinau, Moldova (2005); Bucharest, Romania (2006); Kiev, Ukraine (2007); Yerevan, Armenia (2008), Moscow, Russia (2009), Sofia, Bulgaria (2010), Istanbul, Turkey (2011) and Bucharest, Romania (2013).
For more information please click here. or contact Sergei Konoplyov at sergei_konoplyov@harvard.edu
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19.033nd International Neighbourhood Symposium

The Center for International and European Studies (CIES) at Kadir Has University will host the 3nd International Neighbourhood Symposium at Heybeliada, Turkey from Tuesday, 25 June – Sunday, 30 June 2013.  This year’s Symposium will focus on “The Eastern Neighbourhood and the Mediterranean South - Tackling the Issues of Security, Democracy and Business”.

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27.12The 11th Harvard Black Sea Security Program Regional Workshop

The 11th Harvard Black Sea Security Program Regional Workshop will take place in Bucharest, Romania from March 17-21, 2013.  The event will be  held in partnership with Presidential Administration of Romania and with generous grant support from the Carnegie Corporation of New York.  The primary topic of discussion will be security challenges in Black Sea and its greater region.

The Bucharest conference will be the eleventh annual gathering of alumni and regional experts affiliated with Harvard’s Black Sea Security Program which takes place annually in April at the John F. Kennedy School of Government.  Prior workshops took place in Yalta, Ukraine (2002); Baku, Azerbaijan (2003); Batumi, Georgia (2004); Chisinau, Moldova (2005); Bucharest, Romania (2006); Kiev, Ukraine (2007); Yerevan, Armenia (2008), Moscow, Russia (2009), Sofia, Bulgaria (2010) and Istanbul, Turkey (2011). READ MORE

03.03New book: The Dynamics of Black Sea Subregionalism

The Dynamics of Black Sea Subregionalism

Panagiota Manol
 

Reviews: 'This book is by far the most complete and comprehensive presentation to date of the origins, evolution, current state of affairs and actors involved in the process that is shaping the identity of the Black Sea regionalism' from the Foreword by Ambassador Sergiu Celac

'Panagiota Manoli's dedication to, and insight on, issues pertaining to Black Sea regionalism have long been acknowledged by policy-makers and academics alike. As Europe struggles with renewed introspection, this book is a potent reminder that Europe's most daunting challenges in a fast-changing world are still very close to home.' Fabrizio Tassinari, Danish Institute for International Studies; and author of Why Europe Fears its Neighbors

'For too long, scholars of regional dynamics have lacked a study of the Black Sea sub region. We now have such a volume thanks to the excellent scholarship of Panagiota Manoli. Systematic in its empirical coverage, attentive to key theoretical debates and insightful in its conclusions, this impressive book shows why the Black Sea case is important to both wider discussions about regionalism and deeper understanding of the importance of European integration.' Ben Rosamond, University of Copenhagen, Denmark

'Panagiota Manoli has provided us with a detailed analysis of the changing geopolitics of the Black Sea, and offers key pointers about the future of regional cooperation in this strategically vital arena.' Ian O. Lesser, The German Marshall Fund of the United States

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13.03Security, Democracy and Development in the Southern Caucasus and the Black Sea Region

The Academic Swiss Caucasus Net (ASCN) and Kadir Has University are  pleased to announce an international conference on Security, Democracy and Development in the Southern Caucasus and the Black Sea Region that will take place on 11-13 October 2012 at Kadir Has University’s Cibali Campus.

The conference offers a forum for the presentation and discussion of ongoing research projects. It will consist in thematic panels, roundtables and keynote speeches bringing together researchers and policy makers.

For more details please click this link.
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03.12Symposium "The Black Sea Area in a Changing World - Old Issues in a New Bottle"

On October 29-30 2011 the University of Shizuoka in Japan will hold Symposium "The Black Sea Area in a Changing World - Old Issues in a New Bottle"

For full event details please visit http://werc.u-shizuoka-ken.ac.jp/english_53vcOOcM.html


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04.06The 10th Harvard Black Sea Security Program Regional Workshop

The 10th Harvard Black Sea Security Program Regional Workshop took place in Istanbul, Turkey from October 2-6, 2011.  The event was held in partnership with Kadir Has University, Ministry of Defense of Turkey and with generous grant support from the Carnegie Corporation of New York and Black Sea Trust.  The primary topic of discussion were security challenges in Black Sea and its greater region. The event was a follow-on to the eleventh annual Black Sea Security Program, which took place in April 2011.

The Istanbul conference was the tenth annual gathering of alumni and regional experts affiliated with Harvard’s Black Sea Security Program which takes place annually in April at the John F. Kennedy School of Government.  Prior workshops took place in Yalta, Ukraine (2002); Baku, Azerbaijan (2003); Batumi, Georgia (2004); Chisinau, Moldova (2005); Bucharest, Romania (2006); Kiev, Ukraine (2007); Yerevan, Armenia (2008), Moscow, Russia (2009) and Sofia, Bulgaria (2010). READ MORE

27.04The 2011 CIES International Neighbourhood Symposium

CIES will host the 1st International Neighbourhood Symposium on “Understanding the Common Neighbourhood – The Black Sea Region in Focus” to be held on the island of Heybeliada near Istanbul, Turkey from Tuesday, 28 June – Sunday, 3 July 2011. The International Neighbourhood Symposium aims to promote further understanding and cooperation in the Black Sea region and beyond by providing a forum for study, dialogue and networking in a multicultural and interdisciplinary environment. Young professionals and graduate students primarily from the countries of the Black Sea area, EU member states, and the United States are welcome to apply READ MORE

29.12Harvard Black Sea Security Workshop 2010

The 9th Harvard Black Sea Security Program Regional Workshop took place in Sofia, Bulgaria from September 26-30, 2010.  The event was held in partnership with Atlantic Club of Bulgaria, Ministry of Defense of Bulgaria and with generous grant support from the Carnegie Corporation of New York.  The primary topic of discussion were security challenges in Black Sea and its greater region. The event was a follow-on to the eighth annual Black Sea Security Program, which took place in April 2010.

The Sofia conference is the ninth annual gathering of alumni and regional experts affiliated with Harvard’s Black Sea Security Program which takes place annually in April at the John F. Kennedy School of Government.  Prior workshops took place in Yalta, Ukraine (2002); Baku, Azerbaijan (2003); Batumi, Georgia (2004); Chisinau, Moldova (2005); Bucharest, Romania (2006); Kiev, Ukraine (2007); Yerevan, Armenia (2008), and Moscow, Russia (2009).

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08.053nd International Black Sea Symposium: “The Black Sea Region in Flux"

Building on two years of success, the International Black Sea Symposium (IBSS) project continues in 2010 with the 3rd International Black Sea Symposium on “The Black Sea Region in Flux”. From 29 June to 4 July 2010 the International Centre for Black Sea Studies (ICBSS) will welcome young professionals and international experts on the island of Aegina, Greece, for an intensive course on Black Sea issues.The event will be held in island of Aegina, Greece.
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