BLACK SEA SECURITY PROGRAM - 2003

 
  • BULLETIN-2003
  • SCHEDULE
  • PARTICIPANTS
  • PICTURES (REQUEST PASSWORD)
  • Download .PDF version
  •  Shedule

    EUCOM
    (6 - 10 May, 2003)
    May 6Arrival of the participants to Stuttgart
    Social Icebreaker at the hotel.
    May 7Breakfast at hotel
    Windshield tour of Patch Barracks
    BRIEFINGS & DISCUSSIONS WITH EUCOM STAFF:
    - EUCOM perspectives - Maj Gen Kohler
    - ECJ3 EUCOM Current Operations - CDR Martin.
    - History of GTEP - LTC Zaccor
    - EUCOM Tasks in Black Sea Region – Maj Donnelly
    BRIEFINGS & DISCUSSIONS AT HQ MARFOREUR - PANZER KASERNE:
    - MARFOREUR Overview Maj Gen Arnold Fields
    - Georgia Train & Equip Program
    - Romanian NCO Academy lessons Learned
    May 9Seminar at International Institute for Strategic Studies (IISS) “War in Iraq and Black Sea Security”
    Opening Remarks Oksana Antonenko (Senior Fellow, IISS), Sergei Konoplyov (Harvard University)
    SESSION ONE: GLOBAL STRATEGIC IMPLICATIONS OF WAR IN IRAQ
    - US doctrine of pre-emption and legitimacy of the use of force – Michael Clarke, Director of International Policy Institute, King’s College
    - UN role in the new world order - Prof. Mats Berdal, Department of War Studies
    - Iraq and Global War on Terrorism –Jonathan Stevenson, Senior Fellow, IISS
    - UN Non-proliferation Agenda post-Iraq – Gary Samore, Director of Studies, IISS
    - Strategies for overcoming Transatlantic Division in the Post-war Period – Charles Grant, Director, Center for European Reform
    SESSION TWO: REGIONAL IMPLICATIONS OF WAR IN IRAQ
    - The impact on US-Turkish relations – Omer Tuzel, Head of Disarmament Section, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Turkey
    - Implications for Caspian Infrastructure Projects – Dr. Shirin Akiner, School of oriental and African Studies, University of London
    - New security challenges in the South Caucasus region - Movses Akopian, Advisor to Minister of Defense (Armenia) and Elman Agaev, Head of Security Affairs Department, Ministry of Defense, Azerbaijan)
    Lunch
    SESSION THREE: IMPLICATION FOR NATO AND ITS RELATIONS WITH STATES IN THE BLACK SEA REGION
    - Transatlantic crisis and NATO’s future evolution - Eric Povel, NATO
    - NATO’s role in Black Sea security post Prague summit - Col. Zapryanov, Defence Information Service (Bulgaria) and Major General Tudor Munteanu, Deputy Secretary of State (Romania)
    - Strategic priorities of GUUAM states aspiring for NATO membership Boris Andresyuk, Deputy Chair, National Security and defense Committee, Parliament of Ukraine; Col. Sergei Gusu, Ministry of defence (Moldova); Mamuka Kudava, Ministry of Defence (Georgia)
    Concluding remarks
    Harvard University
    (10 - 18 May, 2003)
    May 10Arrival to Boston
    May 11Tour of Boston
    May 12Welcome and Introductions - Tad Oelstrom, Sergei Konoplyov
    The Role of NATO Bruce Jackson
    Human Rights and Warfare Sarah Sewall
    Russia in the Region James Sherr
    Opening Dinner
    May 13Regional Strategic Perspectives Stephen Sestanovich
    Luncheon Discussion sponsored by the Caspian Studies Program
    Counties Presentations
    Boston Redsox vs. Texas Rangers
    May 14Civil-Military Relations in the Region Michael Desch
    US Strategic Perspectives and the Black Sea Region Ariel Cohen
    May 15Nuclear Proliferation in the Region Graham Allison
    Intelligence and the War on Terrorism Richard Kerr
    May 16The Caucasus and Central Asia James MacDougall
    US Energy Interests in the Region Steven Mann
    Regional Separatist Issues Vladimir Socor
    May 17Military Reform Jeffrey Simon
    Border Security in the Black Sea and Caspian Sea Regions - Jennifer Moroney
    Award of certificates
    Closing Reception and Dinner
    May 18Departure to Washington DC
    DoD-Harvard Black Sea program, Washington, DC
    (18 – 21 May, 2003)
    Sunday, 18 MayArrival to Union Station
    Hotel Check-In
    Guided Evening Monument Tour
    Monday, 19 MayDOD PRESENTATIONS - OFFICE OF THE SECRETARY OF DEFENSE, EUROPE BRANCH
    - Alan Van Egmond
    - Jim MacDougall
    - Kristofer Harrison
    OFFICE OF THE JOINT CHIEFS OF STAFF, EUROPE BRANCH
    - LTCOL Steve Cole
    - LTC Max Dietrich
    - Lunch Hosted by MG Huntoon
    - Escorted Pentagon Tour
    - Private Mount Vernon Estate Tour
    Tuesday, 20 MayGuided Capitol Tour
    CAPITOL HILL PRESENTATIONS
    - Congressional Viewpoints Related to Operations in Afghanistan and Iraq - Kenneth Katzman, Congressional Research Service
    - Congressional Viewpoints Related to Policy in North Korea - Larry Niksch, Congressional Research Service 11:30 to 12:00, Greeting from The Honorable Sam Brownback, Member of the Senate
    - Foreign Relations Committee
    NATIONAL SECURITY COUNCIL PRESENTATIONS, EISENHOWER EXECUTIVE OFFICE BUILDING
    - Black Sea Security Environment - Matthew J. Bryza, Europe/Eurasia Branch
    Wednesday, 21 MayNATIONAL DEFENSE UNIVERSITY PRESENTATIONS
    - Tour and Briefing of the National Defense College War Gaming Center
    - Panel Discussion on Future Technical Transformation - Dr. Stewart Johnson, Distinguished Research Professor
    - US Military Transformation - COL Douglas A. McGregor, Senior Research Fellow
    Departure from Dulles Airport

     Participants

    REGIONAL PARTICIPANTS
    Armenia
    VOSKANIAN AshotAmbassador, Head of Policy Planning Department MFA
    AKOPIAN MovsesAdvisor to Minister of Defense
    MARTIKIAN ArakelDeputy Head of Department, General Staff
    COL DARBINIAN ArmenHead of Department, National Security Service
    Azerbaijan
    MG Vagif Suleyman oglu RASULOVChief of Department, MOD
    COL Elkhan Ajdar oglu JABIYEVDeputy Head, Civil Defense Department
    Elman Tofig oglu AGAYEVDeputy Chief, Security Affairs Department, MFA
    COL Ilkham Islam oglu MEHTIYEVState Border Guard Service
    Bulgaria
    LTC KONDEV Roumen IvanovState Expert- International Cooperation Directorate, MoD
    Colonel ZAPRYANOV Mitko KolevDeputy Director, Defense Information Service, MoD
    Georgia
    BATIASHVILI IrakliChairman, Committee for Defense and Security, Parliament of Georgia
    BG LEJAVA DimitryHead, Department of Personnel, Armed Forces
    KUDAVA MamukaDirector Department of USA at MFA
    Greece
    LTCOL Ioannis LIAPPISStaff Officer, Hellenic Ministry of National Defense, International Relations Directorate
    Moldova
    URSACHI AlexanderDeputy Minister of Interior
    NANTOI OazuDeputy Director, Institute for Public Policy
    COL GUTU SergeiChief, Department of Military Policy, Military Policy and International Cooperation Directorate
    Romania
    MG MUNTEANU TudorDeputy Secretary of State, Ministry of National Defense
    CONSTANTINESCU Mihnea MarianAmbassador, Director General for Political Affairs, MFA
    Turkey
    Rear Admiral Engin BAYKALChief, Plans and Policy Department, Navy
    Omer TUZELHead of Section at the Disarmament Department, MFA
    Ukraine
    MANZHOLA VolodymirHead of Department of International Relations and Foreign Policy, Kiev Institute for International Relations
    ANDRESUK Boris PavlovichFirst Deputy Chair, National Security and Defense Committee, Supreme Rada
    COL POTOMSKIY Yuri VladimirovichChief, Operations Department, Main Staff, State Committee on Border Guard Troops
    COL KUROVSKIY Volodimir IvanovichDeputy Head, Main Operative Department, MoD
    US PARTICIPANTS
    Army
    Major General David H. Huntoon, Jr.Director of Strategy, Plans and Policy Office of the Deputy Chief of Staff, G-3
    Brigadier General Douglas E. LuteDeputy Director for Operations, J-3 United States European Command
    Brigadier General Ricky LynchChief of Staff KFOR (Main), Film City, Camp Bondsteel
    NATIONAL GUARD BUREAU
    Major General Gregory B. Gardner (USAF)The Adjutant General, Kansas
    Major General David B. Poythress (USAF)The Adjutant General, Georgia
    Major General Harry M. Wyatt (USAF)The Adjutant General, Oklahoma
    Major General William Searcy (USAF)Assistant Adjutant General, Georgia
    USMC
    Major General Arnold FieldsDeputy Commander, U.S. Marine Forces Europe Headquarters, U.S. Marine Forces Europe
    Brigadier General Mastin M. RobesonAssistant Division Commander, 2d Marine Division
    Colonel Steven W. RawsonJoint Service Planner Plans, Policies and Operations Headquarters, U. S. Marine Corps
    USAF
    Major General Michael W. WooleyCommander Third Air Force
    Ms. Beth M. McCormick - SES 3 DV 5Director of Policy, International Affairs
    Brigadier General James M. MungenastAssistant Director, Intelligence, J-2, HQ USEUCOM
    USN
    Rear Admiral Miles B. WachendorfDesignated US Defense Attachй, US Embassy, Moscow
    Rear Admiral Lewis W. Crenshaw Jr.Designated Deputy Commander, US Naval Forces, Europe Currently Director, Assessment Division, N81, OPNAV

    Share in social media



    Our partners