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a candle for my son!

Dr.Liviu Muresan
Executive President of Eurisc Foundation

Born: June 28, 1946, Sibiu

Nationality: Romanian

Married, 2 children

Studies

  • 1964-1969 - Faculty of Foreign Trade, Academy of Economic Studies, Bucharest

  • 1978 - Ph.D. in Economics, Academy of Economic Studies, Bucharest

  • 1992 - Postgraduate course at National Defense College, Bucharest

  • 1993 - Postgraduate course at NATO Defense College, Rome, General and Flag Officers Course

  • 1993 - Postgraduate course at Institut des Hautes Etudes de Defence Nationale – SICE, Paris

  • 1996-1998 - NATO research fellowship on non-military risks to national and international security in Central and Eastern Europe

  • 1998 - Seminar on Civil Affairs and Civil-Military Operations, organized by The Center for Civil-Military Relations, Naval Postgraduate School, Monterey, California

  • 2000 - 2 weeks Executive Leadership Seminar on “Strategic Approaches in Transnational Crime and Civil Society”, Georgetown University, Washington D.C., USA

  • 2000 - Course on “Combating Organized Crime and Corruption”, International Law Enforcement Academy, Budapest, Hungary

Documentation Visits

  • 1992 - One-month USIA VIP tour of the USA

  • 1993 - Washington Defense University, Army War College, Air War College

  • 1995-2001 - 4 visits to Institutes for Strategic Studies in China on risk management

  • 1997 - Pentagon – FEMA (Federal Emergency Management Agency)

  • 1999 - Center for Civil-Military Studies, Monterey, California

  • 2001 - Kosovo and Southern Serbia, Trafficking Small Arms, Organized Crime and Corruption

Professional Career

  • 1969-1972 - journalist/analyst; key areas: international politics at "Informatia Bucurestiului" newspaper and "AGERPRESS" (National Press Agency)
  • 1972-1980 - researcher at the National Patent Office. Responsibilities: international trade marks and intellectual property
  • 1980-1990 - Sales Manager at FIROS Glass Fiber Plant (World Bank Project – 1,200 employees) 
  • 1990-1991 - Adviser to the Prime Minister
  • 1990-1992 - Member of the Chamber of Deputies. Majority Leader (1990-1991); Member of the Romanian Delegation to the Council of Europe
  • 1991-1999 - Senior adviser to the Romanian Government. Main areas: national security and European & Euro-Atlantic integration
  • 1993-94 - Deputy Director of the National Defense College (the first civilian appointed in command position in the Romanian Army after 1990). Key responsibilities: institutional development; academic management; civil-military relations; international relations
  • Since 1995 - Founder and Executive President of EURISC Foundation – European Institute for Risk, Security and Communication Management2000-2001 - High Representative of the Romanian Government of the Anti-Corruption Initiative of the Pact of Stability (SPAI) and of the Combating Organized Crime Initiative (SPOC)
  • 1999–2001 - Senior Advisor to the Minister of the Interior. Key responsibilities: European and Euro-Atlantic integration, disaster risk management: including Director of the Romanian Agency for setting up the regional SECI Center for Combating Transborder Organised Crime
  • 2000 - Chairman in Office of the Joint Cooperation Committee and Interim Representative of the Regional Center for Combating Trans-border Organised Crime
  • Since 2001 - Regional projects partner at World Institute for Disaster Risk Management, Washington

Affiliations

  • Founding member of the National Defense College Foundation
  • Since 1996 - Member of the Task Force for South-East Europe of the Bertelsmann Foundation, Germany
  • Since 1997 - Member of the Advisory Board, International Association "Europe 2000"
  • Since 1997 - Member of the Scientific Board of the Romanian Institute for International Studies
  • Since 1998 - Member of the Scientific Board of the Institute of Political Studies and Military History, Bucharest
  • 2000 - Founding Member of the Global Alliance on Public Relations and Communication Management (United States of America)
  • Since 2000 - Member of the International Public Relations Association (IPRA – United Kingdom)
  • Since 2000 - Member of the Scientific Committee – Inter-University Steering Committee on Security Studies (CSS) – OSCE in Bosnia and Herzegovina
  • 2001 - Member of the International Expert Team “Reforming the armed forces, police and secret services of the F.R. of Yugoslavia” Center for democratic Control of Armed Forces (Geneva) and East West Institute (N.Y.)

Course Co-ordination and Teaching Activities

  • 1993-1998 - Intensive summer course on Risk and Security in Central and Eastern Europe – Black Sea University
  • Since 1995 - Global Issues, Risk and Security course for undergraduates, Faculty for International Business and Economics, Academy for Economic Studies, Bucharest
  • Since 1997 - One-semester course on Public Relations and National Security for the undergraduates of the National Academy for Intelligence, Bucharest / Romania
  • Since 1999 - Course coordinator: Global Issues, Risk and Security course for post-graduates, Advanced Studies Program, The Faculty for International Business and Economics, Academy for Economic Studies, Bucharest

Seminars and conferences as visiting professor

  • 1997-1999 - Management of Instability and Security Culture – training course for the General staff of the Romanian Army
  • 1997 - Risk and Security – six-months course for Young Leaders (one session per week), European Union-PHARE Project

Participation in conferences

  • After December 1989, over 200 participations in events organized in about 20 countries, e.g. Germany, USA, UK, Belgium, France, Hungary, Bulgaria, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Moldavia, Georgia, Russia, Turkey, Iceland, China, Argentina as key note speaker, chair of conference, panelist, speaker

Publications

  • Over 250 articles published in Romanian and foreign newspapers, magazines, conference proceeding volumes on: international politics, non-military risks to national and international security, international public relations a.o.
  • Co-author of books on risk, security, international relations, negotiations and public relations
    • Editor of the Romanian version of the 1996 Report of the Bertelsmann Foundation, Central and Eastern Europe on the Way into the European Union (1997)
    • Editor of the Romanian version of “The Reader’s Guide to the NATO Washington Summit, 23-25 April 1999” (2000) a.o.
    • Author “Intrarea Europei in Romania” (Europe’s Admission to Romania) EURISC Publishing House, 2001

Affiliations

  • Since 1995 - Senior editor – Lumea Magazin, main Romanian monthly foreign policy  magazine
  • 1996-1999 - President of the Romanian Association of Professionals in Public Relations
  • 1997 - Associate Member of the Club of Rome
  • Since 2001 - Member of the Board, Szeged Center for Security Policy, Hungary

Foreign Languages

  • English, German, French, Russian

Hobbies

  • Flying (pilot license 1970), trips in the mountains; attending cultural events

Address

  • EURISC Foundation, P.O.Box 2-101, Bucharest 2, Phone: +40-1-223.3054, Phone/fax: +40-1-312.0805, E-mail!
 

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