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  • Reports on Vojvodina

    Groundbreaking Conference on Voivodina's Autonomy June 28, 2001 More...
  • Groundbreaking Conference on Vojvodina's Autonomy Held at the Capitol

    On June 28, 2001, while the extradition of Milosevic to the International War Crimes Tribunal at the Hague was taking place, the U.S. Capitol was the scene of an international seminar on the importance of restoring autonomy to the province of Voivodina. More...
  • Background Information on Panelists

     Kurt Bassuener has been the program officer for the Institute's Balkans Initiative since February 2000, focusing on state structures in Bosnia, support for democratic transition in Serbia, and interethnic relations in Macedonia and Kosovo. Prior to joining the Institute, he was associate director of the Balkan Action Council and policy analyst at its predecessor, the Balkan Institute. More...
  • "Restoration of Vojvodina's Autonomy: A Model of Multiethnic Stability"

    June 28, 2001; Mansfield Room of the Capitol

    Good morning and thank you to the organizers, the Hungarian American Coalition and the Hungarian Human Rights Foundation for arranging this timely event. I was asked to provide an overview of the Vojvodina question and to set the tone for the day. I will therefore simply offer six points for expansion and elaboration, which I believe, lie at the core of the current problem and the future solution. More...
  • "Restoration of Voivodina's Autonomy: A Model of Multi-Ethnic Stability"

    June 28, 2001, Mansfield Room (S 207) of the Capitol

    Opening Remarks - 10:30 a.m. Edith Lauer, Chairman of the Board, Hungarian American Coalition Overview -10:35 - 11:05 a.m. Janusz Bugajski, Director, Center for Strategic and International Studies   First Panel - 11:05 a.m. - 12:15 p.m. Voivodina: Aspirations, Opportunities and Obstacles Moderator: László Hámos, President, Hungarian Human Rights Foundation Panelists: Charles Ingrao, Professor of History, Purdue University László Józsa, Vice-President, Alliance of Hungarians in Voivodina Nenad Čanak, President, Provincial Assembly of Voivodina Tibor Purger, Washington Correspondent of Magyar Szó, Újvidék / Novi Sad   Working Luncheon - 12:15 - 1:00 p.m. Keynote address: Paul Goble, Director of Communications, RFE/RL Self-Determination and Its Discontents: Managing Ethnic Challenges in the Post Cold War Period   Second Panel - 1:00 - 2:30 p.m. Policy Alternatives Moderator: Frank Koszorus, Jr., Board Member, Hungarian American Coalition Panelists: Ian Brzezinski, Senior Professional Staff Member, Senate Foreign Relations Committee Julie Mertus, Assistant Professor, American University; Senior Fellow, US Institute of Peace Kurt Bassuener, Co-Director, Democratization Policy Institute Discussants: Ambassador Géza Jeszenszky of Hungary Ambassador Ivan Grdesic of Croatia More...
  • Hungarian Press Coverage

    Változhat a Jugoszlávia-térkép Nenad Csanak: A Vajdaságban a szerbek is autonómiapártiak Népszabadság, 2001. július 3. Miklós Gábor More...
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