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									                                   ANNEX “A”

                                AGENDA
                           MONDAY, 31 MARCH 2008

THEME: TRADITIONAL AND POTENTIAL THREATS, ORGANIZED CRIME,
                  AND THE ENVIRONMENT

0800 – 0815   Registration
0815 – 0830   Administrative Announcements
0830 – 0840   Welcome and Guest Speaker introduction by Rear Admiral Moira
              Flanders, Director, Inter-American Defense College.
0840– 0910    OPENING SPEECH:
              “TRADITIONAL AND POTENTIAL THREATS THAT AFFECT THE
              SECURITY OF THE WESTERN HEMISPHERE”.
               Speaker: Ambassador Izben C. Williams.
                  Chairman, OAS Permanent Committee on Hemispheric Security.
0910 – 0915   Gift presentation: Rear Admiral Moira Flanders, Director, Inter-
              American Defense College.
0915 – 0930   Group photo.
0930 – 1015   PRESENTATION 1:
              CONFERENCIA: “ORGANIZED CRIME, ARMS TRAFFICKING,
              AND MONEY LAUNDERING IN THE HEMISPHERE”.
               Speaker: Mr. William Walker.
                  Deputy Director of Intelligence, DEA.
1015 – 1025   Q&A.
1025 – 1030   Gift presentation: Col Jeffries (USA)
1030 – 1045   Break.
1045 – 1130   PRESENTATION 2:
              “INTERAGENCY AND INTERGOVERNMENTAL EFFORTS TO
              COUNTER ENVIRONMENTAL DEGRADATION AS A THREAT TO
              HEMISPHERIC SECURITY”.
               Speaker: Dr. Julio Luna.
                  Coordinator for Inter-institutional Relations of the Inter-American
                  Institute for Cooperation on Agriculture
1130 – 1140   Q&A.
1140 – 1145   Gift presentation: Dr. María Caracuel (Spain)
1145 – 1230   Work Groups. (ANNEX “C”)
1230 – 1330   Ice Breaker.
1330 – 1500   Work Groups.
1500          End of daily activities.
                           TUESDAY, 01 APRIL 2008

 THEME: SECURITY OF THE WESTERN HEMISPHERE AS DISCUSSED IN
 THE DEFENSE MINISTERIAL OF THE AMERICAS, NARCOTRFFICKING
   AND TERRORISM, AND CONCERNS FOR THE SECURITY OF THE
                        HEMISPHERE.

0800 – 0900   PRESENTATION 3:
              PANEL “AN ASSESSMENT OF THE SECURITY OF THE WESTERN
              HEMISPHERE AS DISCUSSED IN THE DEFENSE MINISTERIAL OF
              THE AMERICAS”.
              Panelists:
               Ambassador Camilo Ospina Bernal.
                  Former Minster of Defense of Colombia.
               GEN (R) Oswaldo Jarrín.
                  Former Minster of Defense of Ecuador.
               LTG (R) Miguel Soto Jiménez.
                  Former Secretary of the Armed Forces of the Dominican Republic.
0900 – 0915   Q&A.
0915 – 0920   Gift presentation: Crnl Costa Díaz (Brazil)
0920 – 0930   Break
0930 – 1100   Work groups. (ANNEX “C”).
1100 – 1150   PRESENTATION 4:
              “SOCIAL, ECONOMIC, AND POLITICAL ISSUES OF CONCERN TO
              THE SECURITY OF THE WESTERN HEMISPHERE”.
               Speaker: Dr. Louis Goodman
                  Professor and Dean, School of International Service, American
                  University.
1150 – 1205   Q&A.
1205 – 1210   Gift presentation: Crnl. Lima (Uruguay)
1210 – 1300   Lunch.
1300 – 1400   PRESENTATION 5:
              “NARCOTRAFFICKING AND TERRORISM IN THE WESTERN
              HEMISPHERE”.
               Speaker: BG Richard T. Ellis.
                  Director of Intelligence, US Southern Command.
1400 – 1405   Gift presentation: Tcrn. Claudio Gonzáles (Chile)
1405 – 1500   Work Groups.
1500          End of daily activities.
                         WEDNESDAY, 02 APRIL 2008

  THEME : DEFENSE STRATEGIES TO COUNTER POTENTIAL THREATS,
    CORRUPTION AND CHALLENGES TO HEMISPHERIC SECURITY

0800 – 0900   PRESENTATION 6
              “DEFENSE STRATEGIES TO COUNTER POTENTIAL THREATS TO
              THE HEMISPHERE”
               Speaker: GEN Carlos Ospina
                  Chief of Defense Chair, CHDS. Former Commanding General of the
                  Colombian Armed Forces
0900 – 0915   Q&A.
0915 – 0920   Gift presentation: Crnl. Novoa (Colombia)
0920 – 0930   Break
0930 – 1030   PRESENTATION 7:
              “STRATEGIES TO COUNTER CORRUPTION AS A THREAT TO
              HEMISPHERIC SECURITY.”
               Speaker: Dr. Enrique Martínez.
                  Legal Advisor, Office of Legal Cooperation, OAS
1030 – 1045   Q&A.
1045 – 1050   Gift presentation: Crnl. Becerra (Colombia)
1050 – 1100   Break.
1100 – 1200   PRESENTATION 8:
              PANEL: “CHALLENGES TO HEMISPHERIC SECURITY”.
               Expositor: Dr. David Spencer.
                  Professor of National Security Affairs, CHDS.
               Dr. César Montúfar
                  Director, Andean Center for International Social Studies
1200 – 1215   Q&A.
1215 – 1220   Gift presentation: Tcrn. Armendáriz (Ecuador)
1220 – 1230   Break.
1230 – 1330   Lunch
1330 – 1500   Work groups. (ANNEX “C”)
1500          End of daily activities.
                          THURSDAY, 03 APRIL 2008

                       THEME: GENERAL CONCLUSIONS
0800 – 0815   Administrative announcements.
0815 – 0945   Group presentations: Groups 1, 2, and 3
              (30 minutes per group).
0945 – 0955   Q&A.
0955 – 1010   Break
1010 – 1140   Group presentations: Groups 4, 5, and 6
              (30 minutes per group).
1140 – 1150   Q&A.
1150 – 1200   Break.
1200 – 1300   Lunch
1300 – 1305   CLOSING SPEECH:
              Welcome and Guest Speaker introduction by Rear Admiral Moira
              Flanders, Director, Inter-American Defense College.
1305 – 1350   “THE ROLE OF THE INTER-AMERICAN SYSTEM IN FACING
              THREATS,        CHALLENGES          AND    CONCERNS IN     THE
              HEMISPHERE”
              Speaker: Ambassador Alberto Ramdin
              Assistant Secretary General of the OAS.
1350 – 1400   Q&A
1400 – 1405   Gift presentation: Rear Admiral Moira Flanders, Director, Inter-
              American Defense College.
1405 – 1415   Break
1415 – 1445   Graduation.

								
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