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SEMINAR: THE CHANGING NATURE OF THREATS AND THE CHANGING BASES OF WORLD ORDER Thursday, 21 Au
Date: 21 August 2003 - 1 January 1970

SEMINAR: THE CHANGING NATURE OF THREATS AND THE CHANGING BASES OF WORLD ORDER

Thursday, 21 August 2003

 
Presented by the
AFRICAN SECURITY ANALYSIS PROGRAMME

Guest Speaker

PROF RAMESH THAKUR

 
Professor Ramesh Thakur is Vice Rector of the United Nations University in Tokyo. His duties include being part of the senior management of the UN University and being responsible for the University’s Peace and Governance Programme worldwide. From June–September 2002 he served as Senior Advisor and Principal Writer of the Report of the United Nations Secretary-General on Reform. He is the author/editor of seventeen books, the most recent being Kosovo and the Challenge of Humanitarian Intervention: Selective Indignation, Collective Action, and International Citizenship (2000), United Nations Peacekeeping Operations: Ad Hoc Missions, Permanent Engagement (2001), and Enhancing Global Governance: Towards a New Diplomacy? (2002).
 
Chairperson
RICHARD CORNWELL, AFRICAN SECURITY ANALYSIS PROGRAMME, ISS
 
This will be followed by an open discussion.

Venue ISS Conference Room
Block C, Brooklyn Court
Veale Street
New Muckleneuk (map)
(Parking at Brooklyn Mall or ABSA Court)
Time 10h00 (tea and coffee)
10h30 (seminar starts)
12H00 (seminar ends)
RSVP Jemima Njeri
Fax (012) 460 0997/8
E-mail jemima@iss.org.za
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