What I’m doing in Sweden

Panel 4 – “Acting in concert in the Balkans and elsewhere – how can institutional cooperation make the world more secure?”

Chair: Dimitrj Rupel, Foreign Minister of Slovenia and Chairman-in-Office of the OSCE

Speakers:
– Pierre Lellouche, Member of the French National Assembly and President of the NATO Parliamentary Assembly
– R. Nicolas Burns, Under Secretary for Political Affairs, Department of State, United States
– James Elles, MEP and Chairman of the Transatlantic Policy Network

Discussants:
– Kastriot Islami, Foreign Minister of Albania
– Nicholas Whyte, Director, European Programme, International Crisis Group
Rapporteur:
– Jamie Shea, Deputy Assistant Secretary General for External Relations, Public Diplomacy Division

The funny thing is that I have already had long conversations with Rupel, Islami, Shea and to an extent Burns this year. So the public discourse catches up with the private…

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1 Response to What I’m doing in Sweden

  1. nwhyte says:

    Yes, I think the DWRG gets updated as and when. Your plan is further upset, I fear, by BF’s release of The Wanderer which is set immediately after The Reign of Terror (and Farewell, Great Macedon, The Fragile Yellow Arc of Fragrance and Here there be Monsters) and just before Planet of Giants. (And I hope you started with Quinnis!)

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