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From Kosovo to the Caucasus: lessons of conflict management in the Balkans and the CIS

UNDP and LSE: Development and Transition debate

This roundtable, which will be followed by a reception, will discuss frozen and festering conflicts in the post-communist world, and debate issues of autonomy versus secession with particular reference to Kosovo, the Caucasus, and Crimea. The event marks the launch of the latest issue of Development and Transition, a newsletter that is co-edited by the United Nations Development Programme and LSE.

Kai Eide is political director, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Norway, and the UN secretary-general’s special envoy for the comprehensive review of Kosovo. Frode Mauring is UN resident coordinator, Kosovo. Gwendolyn Sasse is based at LSE. Ben Slay is director of the UNDP Bratislava Regional Centre. Kori Udovicki is the UN’s assistant secretary general and UNDP’s regional director for Europe and the CIS.


Kai Eide | talks
Frode Mauring | talks
Dr Gwendolyn Sasse | talks
Ben Slay | talks
Kori Udovicki | talks
Chair: Professor James Hughes | talks


Date and Time:

1 May 2007 at 6:30 pm


1 hour 30 minutes



Hong Kong Theatre
LSE Clement House
99 Aldwych
020 7955 6043
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London School of Economics & Political Science
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