PROGRAM

 

PROGRAM

 

 

FRIDAY, 17 May 2013

 

 

15:00-16:00     Registration

 

16:00-16:30     Introductory Notes

 

                        Prof. Dr. Borče Davitkovski

                        Dean of the Faculty of Law “Iustinianus Primus”

           

                        Prof. Dr. Tatjana Petruševska

                        President of MIES

 

17:00-17:30     Coffee break

 

17:30-19:00     PANEL 1:

                       
The Crisis of Europe – Political and Economic Challenges

 

1. The Global financial crisis and its impact on the EMU states- euro winners and euro losers

Nemanja Lojanica

 

2. Eurozone, towards destruction or recovery?!?

            G.Rushani, Nora Maliqi

 

3. Revisiting The “Democratic Deficit” Of The Eu After The Treaty Of Lisbon

            Vida Popovska Kocioska

 

4.The Realization Of Human Rights In The European Union- Crisis And Challenges

Elena Todorova

 

5.Eu Challenges In Human Right’s Respect- Some Theoretical Aspects Of Family Life

Velisjana Sherifi ,   Denada Shpuza

 

6.European banking union – what the financial crisis in Cyprus tells us?

                        Jovan Zafirovski

 

7. European Union of the 21st century, challenges and perspectives in the Balkans.

                        ErmiraPervizi

 

19:00-20:30     Reception

 

 

SATURDAY, 18 May 2013

 

09:00-12:00     PANEL 2:

The Future of EU Enlargement and the Europeanization of Balkans

1. Decentralization process as a (pre)condition for accessing the European Union

                        Nazmije Merko Zabzun, Genc Merko,

2.Georgia on the path of European integration

Davit Sukhiashvili

 

3.“Translators and Interpreters: Indispensable Link for the EU Integration of the Republic of Macedonia“

                        Mirjana Aleksoska-Chkatroska,

 

4.``Europeanization of the Balkans: a legal perspective on the future of EU enlargement“

                        Darko Soldat, Irma Zulić,

 

5.“The Harmonization of Macedonian Agricultural Policy with the CAP as a (pre) condition for the EU integration“

                        Biljana Ciglovska,

 

6.,,Bosnia-Herzegovina:connecting the dots“

                        Gerasim Cristian

 

7.Challenges of Western Balkans: on the Path to EU Integration – The Case of Kosovo

                        Halim BAJRAKTARI, NazliTYFEKÇI, Lulzim FARIZI

 

 

 

12:00-12:30     Coffee break

 

 

12:30-14:30     PANEL 3:

European Union External Relations and Politics

1. “European Security: a Team Effort

                        Diana Alexandra Benea

 

2.“The EU and the Relations with Central Asia – Lessons from the Past for Strategies of the Future”

Nigina Khasanova

 

3. “EU PUBLIC DIPLOMACY IN 21ST CENTURY:  Future challenges and perspectives

                        Emilija Tudzarovska – Gjorgjieva

 

4. EU External relations and politics

InesaAdhami

 

 

14:30-15:00     PANEL 4:

                        Theorizing
EU
: State, Federation, Confederation, International Organization?

                        1. The European Union as a Federal State

                        Pishtar Lutfiu

 

15:00-15:30     Closing Ceremony

 

16:00-18:00     Sightseeing Tour