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Public Discussion: National and International Security in the 21st Century
On 28 July 2011 the Center for the Study of Democracy in cooperation with the Southeast Europe Development Initiative and the Bulgarian Ministry of Defense hosted in the Sofia Military Club, a public discussion on national and international security in the 21st century. The keynote speaker was General James Jones, former National Security Advisor to President Obama and Supreme Allied Commander Europe, joined by the Bulgarian Minister of Defense Anu Anguelov. more »
Public meeting of the National Crime Prevention Commission
On September 8 2008, the National Crime Prevention Commission held a public meeting entitled "The Dynamics of Conventional Crime in Bulgaria 2006-2007".
In his opening address, Mr. Mihail Mikov, Minister of the Interior, stressed the importance of the annual National Crime Surveys and the public presentation of their results, and praised the contribution of the Center for the Study of Democracy as an organization actively involved in crime prevention research. more »
Round table Organized Crime in Bulgaria: Markets and Trends
On December 12, 2007 the Center for the Study of Democracy organized a round table Organized Crime in Bulgaria: Markets and Trends. more »
Round Table on Crime Surveys
On 19 June 2006 the CSD team which developed the Crime Trends in Bulgaria Report met with Jon Simmons, Director – Strategic Research and Data at the UK Home Office at a round table on crime victimization surveys.The discussion focused on the strengths and limitations of the various survey methodologies and their implications for performance evaluation. more »
Round table: NATO’s nuclear policy and non-proliferation of WMD
On 11 April 2006 the Center for the Study of Democracy held a round table on NATO’s nuclear policy and non-proliferation of WMD. The aim of the event was to provide more information and clarity regarding NATO’s weapons of mass destruction (WMD) policy. The main speaker was Mr. Guy Roberts, Deputy Assistant Secretary General for WMD Policy and Director of the Nuclear Policy Directorate. Participants in the round table were members of the Bulgarian Parliament, staff officers and representatives of the media. more »
First meeting of the National Crime Prevention Commission
The first meeting of the National Crime Prevention Commission, established in June, took place on 13 December, 2005 in Boyana Conference Center. more »
Third Annual Security Conference: Security Risks and Transformation -Euro-Atlantic and Regional Perspectives
The Third Annual Security Conference of the Center for the Study of Democracy took place on November 19-20, 2005 in Sofia. The forum aimed to give more prominence to ideas, concepts and policies which dominate the agenda of NATO, the EU and the wider international community in this field. more »
Seminar: Security Perceptions and Doctrinal Approaches: Designing and Implementing Security Strategies
A seminar on security strategies for experts in the Ministries of Foreign Affairs and Defense of Serbia and Montenegro, Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Romania and Hungary took place on 13-14 October 2005 in Radisson SAS Grand Hotel in Sofia. more »
Training seminar: Customs Control of Shipments of Dual-Use Goods and Technologies in the Western Balkans
A training seminar for border customs officers from the Western Balkans was held on 5-6 October 2005 in Crystal Palace hotel in Sofia. The seminar was organized jointly by the Ministries of Foreign Affairs of Bulgaria and Hungary and the CSD in the framework of the Australian Group, an informal arrangement aiming to minimise the risk of assisting chemical and biological weapons proliferation. more »
Videoconference: Corruption and Organized Crime
On 30 September, 2005 the Center for Study of Democracy and the Sofia Distance Learning Center hosted the fifth and final videoconference under the Anti-corruption pilot program titled Corruption and Organized Crime. It was delivered to representatives of public and private sector organizations and NGOs at the National Academy of Public Administration under the President of Ukraine, in Kiev and representatives from public and private sector and donor community in Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan. more »

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