THE AMERICAN COUNCIL FOR KOSOVO
Invites you to a Public Forum and Round Table Debate
T H E E N D G A M E I N K O S O V O :
WESTERN OPTIONS, SERBIAN STRATEGY
Dom sindikata, Belgrade Wednesday, 6 December 2006, 10 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.
The American Council for Kosovo (www.savekosovo.org) is an independent NGO based in Washington DC that advocates a just, durable and legal solution to the problem of Kosovo and Metohija. It accordingly holds that Kosovo's independence would be a major blunder, with enduring negative consequences not only for the stability in the Balkans but also for the interests of those countries that appear favorably disposed to that option.
In order to encourage a comprehensive debate on this important issue, the Council organized a conference in Washington on September 28 featuring members of Congress, prominent analysts, academics and journalists who favor a genuine solution, rather than an illegal, imposed one.
The forthcoming Public Forum in Belgrade is a continuation of such efforts. It provides an opportunity for the Serbian public to become acquainted with the activities of the Council and with the views of several foreign analysts who are looking for a solution to the problem of Kosovo that would be in accordance with the UN Charter, the Helsinki Final Act, and the need to avoid the establishment of a hotbed of Jihad-terrorism, lawlessness, ethnic violence and organized crime in the heart of Europe.
Doug Bandow, syndicated author, former Reagan Administration official
H.E. James Bissett, former Canadian Ambassador in Yugoslavia
Georgi Engelhardt, Russian Academy of Science associate
Professor Raphael Israeli, Hebrew University, Jerusalem
James Jatras, Director of the American Council for Kosovo, former Senior Analyst, U.S. Senate Republican Policy Committee
Dr. Michael Stenton, lecturer, Britannia Royal Naval College
Dr. Srdja Trifkovic, foreign affairs editor, Chronicles magazine
Keynote speaker: Bishop ARTEMIJE of Prizren and Rashka
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