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(E) Bosnia work session in Washington, D.C. Apr 11
By Nenad N. Bach | Published  04/11/2002 | Events | Unrated
(E) Bosnia work session in Washington, D.C. Apr 11
 
 
Here is an event sponsored by the United States Institute 
of Peace (USIP) in Washington, D.C., called "Can the Next 
High Representative Fix Bosnia?" 
 
Date: Thursday April 11, 2002 
Time: 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM 
Where: USIP Offices 
       1200 17th Street NW, 
       Suite 200 
       Washington D.C. 20036 
Telephone: 202-457-1700 
Fax: 202-429-6063 
RSVP to Matthew Crane by e-mail at mcrane@usip.org 
 
I think the USIP tries to promote democrocacy in 
Southeastern Europe, however, the overwhelming majority, 
if not all, of its attention and effort is focused on Serbia. 
 
Daniel Serwer, director of the Institute's so-called 
Balkans Initiative, appears throughout the recently 
telivised PBS documentary titled "Bringing Down a 
Dictator," about the movement in Serbia called Otpor that 
was inolved in bringing down Milosevic. 
 
Related Web site: 
http://www.usip.org/oc/press/pbs_032002.html 
 
Attached are the event details. 
 
Frank Mustac 
 
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Forwarded Message: 
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Invitation to Balkans Working Group April 11, 2002 
 
UNITED STATES INSTITUTE OF PEACE 
 
1200 17th Street NW, Suite 200 Washington D.C. 20036-3011 
 
You are cordially invited to a Balkans Working Group Meeting: 
 
Waiting for Paddy: Can the Next High Representative Fix Bosnia? 
 
Thursday April 11, 2002 
10:00 AM - 12:00 PM 
 
United States Institute of Peace* 
This meeting will be held in the 2nd Floor Conference 
Room of 1200 17th 
Street, NW 
Washington, DC 20036 
 
Speakers: 
 
Kurt Bassuener, Democratization Policy Institute 
Eric Witte, Democratization Policy Institute 
 
Commenters: 
Heather Hurlburt, International Crisis Group 
Nancy Lee, U.S. Department of the Treasury 
 
Moderator: 
Daniel Serwer, Director, Balkans Initiative, United 
States Institute of Peace 
 
As Lord Paddy Ashdown takes over the reins as the High Representative, several questions over Bosniaís future remain: 
* What can be done to increase the capacities of the Bosnian people and institutions? 
* What efforts can be made to strengthen the rule of law? 
* Is Dayton a hindrance to progress? 
* Are there political obstacles to economic development? 
* How can the High Representative best coordinate with US policy-makers? 
 
The presentation will be followed by questions from the floor. 
 
Please RSVP to Matthew Crane by e-mail at mcrane@usip.org. As with all 
Balkans Working Group Meetings, the discussion is off-the-record and no 
participants will be identified in Institute publications. 
*Closest Metro stop: Farragut North - red line, Farragut 
West ? blue & orange line* 
 
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