FORNET Plenary Meetings
FORNET holds plenary meetings once a year, primarily for all the FORNET partners, but also open to interested outsiders.
This year's plenary was held in Brussels
on the 22/23 April 2005 and around 100 people attended over the course
of the two days.
The programme included four working group meetings, each was based on a discussion paper, which can be found below.
On the Saturday morning seven leading young scholars were invited to present aspects of their work to the plenary. The presentations are available below, in PDF or Powerpoint slide form.
Seminar Session 1:
problem of accountability and the democratic deficit of EU institutions
The Challenges Ahead [PDF file]
Seminar Session 2:
EU, Russia and the European Neighbourhood: The Case of Moldova [PDF
& Turkey: Challenges and Opportunities in Enlargement and Foreign
Policy [PDF file]
Theoretical Perspectives on the CFSP: New Scholars' Roundtable
Alecu de Flers (Institut für Politikwissenschaft, Vienna University)
Gibert (School of Oriental and African Studies SOAS, University of
Elisa Juncos García (Loughborough University)
Pomorska (Loughborough University) & Claudia Major (University
Loisel (Institut d'Etudes Politiques de Paris)
Weiss (International University Bremen)
second FORNET Plenary session was held on the 23-24 April 2004 in Brussels.
Papers presented at the first meeting of the working group:
The first Plenary session was held on 25-26 April 2003, in Brussels.
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