The Harvard International Negotiation Program, the Program on Negotiation
and the Center for European Studies are pleased to co-present:
Foreign Policy in a New Global Era:
Perspectives from the Deputy Prime Minister of Slovakia
What are pivotal challenges as Europe negotiates its regional and global identity?
Are the lessons learned from the Western Balkans applicable to the Arab Spring?
H. E. Miroslav Lajčák
Deputy Prime Minister, Slovak Republic
Daniel L. Shapiro, PhD.
Director, Harvard International Negotiation Program
Thursday, November 7, 2013
12:00 – 1:15 PM
Wasserstein Hall, Room 1010
Harvard Law School Campus
Please bring your own lunch. Drinks and dessert will be provided.
About the Speaker:
H.E. Miroslav Lajčák was appointed deputy prime minister and minister of foreign and European affairs of the Slovak Republic in April 2012. From December 2010 through April 2012, Minister Lajčák served as the managing director for Europe and Central Asia for the European External Action Service, after serving as minister of foreign affairs of the Slovak Republic from 2009 to 2010. He also served as director-general for political affairs in the Slovak Ministry of Foreign Affairs, before becoming high representative and EU special representative for Bosnia and Herzegovina in 2007. In 2006, Minister Lajčák represented the EU as supervisor to the 2006 Montenegrin independence referendum.