Curriculum Vitae
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Ioan Mircea PAȘCU
Curriculum Vitae

Personal data

Date and place of birth: 17 February 1949, Satu Mare, Satu Mare County
Civil status: married, 3 children

Education; scientific degrees

1971 degree in economics, Academy of Economic Studies, Bucharest;
1980 PhD in political science - Institute of political Science, Bucharest

Political activity

member of the PSD;
31 December 1989 expert with the Committee for Foreign Policy of the CFSN;
9 February 1990 member of the CPUN;
1 July 1990 presidential adviser, head of foreign policy division, department of political analysis of the Presidency;
22 March 1993 secretary of state in the Ministry of National Defence;
17 January 1997 vice-president of the PDSR;
28 December 2000 minister of national defence;
16 June 2001 vice-president of the PSD

Parliamentary activity

since 22 November 1996, deputy representing the Maramures County;
president of the Committee for Defence and Internal Affairs;
head of the Romanian delegation to the NATO Parliamentary Assembly;
since 15 December 2000, deputy representing the Satu Mare County

Professional activities

Profession: professor
1 September 1972 researcher, and then senior researcher with the department of international relations, Institute of Political Science, Bucharest (focusing mainly on the research of international security issues);
1973 researcher, Salzburg Seminar for American Studies (session 150), Austria;
1979-1981 scholarship from the Ford Foundation, USA;
1985 guest visiting professor to Merrill, St. Catherine College, Oxford University, United Kingdom;
1 May 1986 lecturer with the department of international relations of the Academy of political and Social Studies, Bucharest (teaching a general course in international relations) ;
1988 -1989 resident researcher with the Institute of Studies in Matters of East-West Security, New York, USA;
1 October 1992 professor, dean of the division of international relations, National School of political and Administrative Science, Bucharest (teaching a general course in international relations and a course in international security) ;
1992-1993 scholarship from the Japanese Foundation, Centre for Slav Research, Hokkaido University, Sapporo, guest researcher, Japanese forum on matters of international relations;
April 1993 member of the International Institute for Strategic Studies, London;
February 1998 member of the editorial staff on the "International Politics" magazine, USA;
May 2002 member of the International Executive Council of the Centre for the Democratic Control of the Armed Forces (DCAF), Geneva

Books and papers published

Denuclearised Zones, 1985 (co-author);
Arms and Politics, 1989;
A Denuclearised Europe. Some Political and Military Implications, 1989;
Romania's New Trends in Foreign Policy, in the paper Romania after Tyranny, 1992 ;
Relationships with Russia. Lessons of the History, Japanese forum on matters of international relations;
Romania and the Yugoslav Conflict, in the paper The Search for Peace in Europe, 1993;
The New NATO and the Enigma of the South in the paper Creating a New NATO: Searching for Peace in an Unstable World, 1994;
A Romanian Perspective in the Issue of Security, in the paper The Growing Conflict in Eastern Europe and the Former Soviet Union, 1996;
Romania and the Partnerships for Peace in the paper Partnership for Peace, Democracy and Prosperity, 1997 ;
Security and Disarmament: Opening a New Path, in the paper NDC Security Studies: Consequences of the Madrid Summit on Security and Stability in Europe, 1998;
Changes in the Force Balance in the West, in the paper Romanian Journal of International Affairs, volume V, 2-3/1999, special issue;
Managing the "Great Problems" in the Civilian-Military Relationship. The NATO Accession Strategy between Madrid and Prague, in the paper Romanian Military Reform and NATO Integration, 2002;

Awards, decorations

1985 "Nicolae Titulescu" Award of the Romanian Academy

Languages skills

English, French

Address of the MP's office

Satu Mare, Piata 25 Octombrie nr. 1, camera nr. 11 (Satu Mare Prefect's Office)
Telephone: parliamentary group 402.10.50, 402.10.51, standing committee 402. 11.50, deputy's office (Satu Mare 0261 - 716.309/232

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