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    • Cornelius Friesendorf’s lecture "The Military, Law Enforcement, and Security Governance: NATO in Kosovo" to be presented in the Centre

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    • Date: 19 February 2008

      Cornelius Friesendorf, Research Associate of the Centre for Civil-Military Relations, will present a lecture entitled "The Military, Law Enforcement, and Security Governance: NATO in Kosovo" on Tuesday, February 19. The lecture will be held at the premises of Centre for Civil-Military Relations, Gundulicev venac 48, Belgrade, and will start at 4 p. m.

      On January 26, Cornelius has presented a lecture to the students of MA studies in International Security, at the Belgrade Faculty of Political Sciences, entitled “Law Enforcement in Peace Operations: The Case of Bosnia and Herzegovina”.

      Currently a Researcher at the Ludwig-Maximilian University Munich and a Fellow of the Geneva Centre for the Democratic Control of the Armed Forces (DCAF), Cornelius holds a doctorate from the University of Zurich as well as degrees from the London School of Economics and the Free University Berlin. He has taught or conducted research, among other institutions, at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Zurich, Watson Institute for International Studies at Brown University, Geneva School of Diplomacy, and South East European University in Tetovo, Macedonia. He is the author of two books, the last one of which is “US Foreign Policy and the War on Drugs: Displacing the Cocaine and Heroin Industry (London and New York: Routledge, 2007)”. His works have been published inSecurity DialogueCrime, Law & Social Change, and other journals. In his research, Cornelius focuses on strategies against criminalized non-state actors and, more recently, the role of international military forces in peace operations.

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