SEE London and the Balkans - Part 2

posted by sab on 2007/02/01 23:34

[ SEE London and the Balkans ]

This Monday in London at the Bosnian Institute: on the 5th of February 2007, from 7.00 p.m. to 9 p.m.: James Lyon will introduce a discussion on

How the status of Kosova impacts on Balkan stability

Dr Lyon is senior adviser to the International Crisis Group, based in Belgrade. As well as Serbia, he covers Bosnia-Herzegovina (for which he was formerly ICG’s regional director), Kosova, Macedonia and Montenegro. With a PhD in modern Balkan history from the University of California, Los Angeles, and an MA in international relations from Brigham Young University, he studied and worked in various parts of the former Yugoslavia - including as a consultant in post-Dayton Bosnia from 1996 to 1999 - before joining the ICG in 1999.


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This is a part of the collage 'The Black File' by Croatian artist Sanja Ivekovic, who will be represented at documenta 12 (16/6-23/9) in Kassel this year.

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