Fondation Paul-Henri Spaak - Accueil. Conseil d'administration. Antoinette Spaak. Un article de Wikipédia, l'encyclopédie libre.
Pour les articles homonymes, voir Spaak. Antoinette Spaak est une femme politique belge membre des Fédéralistes démocrates francophones. Biographie[modifier | modifier le code] Née à Etterbeek, le , elle est la fille de Paul-Henri Spaak (1899-1972), ancien premier ministre belge et secrétaire général de l'Otan, la petite-fille de la sénatrice Marie Janson et la tante de la journaliste et écrivain Isabelle Spaak. Antoinette Spaak entre en politique au sein du FDF après le décès de son célèbre père.
Michael Palliser. Sir Arthur Michael Palliser GCMG PC (9 April 1922 - 19 June 2012) was the vice chairman of the Salzburg Seminar's Board of Directors and a senior British diplomat.
He was appointed a member of the Privy Council in 1983. That same year, he joined the board of the London investment bank Samuel Montagu & Co., a subsidiary of the Midland Bank, of which he became a deputy chairman. He was chairman of Samuel Montagu from 1984–1993, then vice chairman until his retirement in 1996. From 1983-1992, he was non-executive director of several industrial companies. From 1986-1994, he was a member of the board of the Royal National Theatre. Sir Michael has served on the faculty of many Salzburg Seminar Sessions. Salzburg Global Seminar. Salzburg Global Seminar is a non-profit organization that holds seminars on topics as diverse as healthcare and education, culture and economics, geopolitics and philanthropy. Its objective is to "challenge present and future leaders to solve issues of global concern" through seminars held at Schloss Leopoldskron, in Salzburg, Austria and in other locations throughout the world.
Organizational history In 1946, Clemens Heller, a native Austrian attending graduate school at Harvard University, "envisioned a cultural bridge spanning the Atlantic not only by introducing the demoralized Europeans to all sorts of American cultural achievements, but also by stimulating a fruitful exchange between European national cultures and America. " Richard D. Legend contends that in 1947, Heller bumped into Helene Thimig on a subway train in New York. Max's Schloss The Seminar was formally incorporated on April 20, 1950.
Jean Godeaux. Baron Jean Godeaux was a Belgian economist, civil servant and former governor of the National Bank of Belgium (NBB) from 1982 until 1989.
Jean Godeaux studied both law and economics, and started his career in 1947 at the NBB in the Foreign Affairs department. From 1949 until 1955, he was a member of the Belgian delegation to the International Monetary Fund. When he returned to Brussels in 1955, he was appointed as a director of the Banque Lambert, where he subsequently became co-administrator, and later chairman of the board of the bank. He was involved in the preparations for the merger with the Banque de Bruxelles, which would lead to the creation of the Banque Bruxelles Lambert. Godeaux resigned in 1974, before the finalisation of the merger, in order to become the president of the Banking Commission of Belgium, and in 1979 he joined the European Commission’s Banking Advisory Committee. Jean Godeaux had a passion for poetry.
Philippe de Schoutheete de Tervarent. Un article de Wikipédia, l'encyclopédie libre.
Philippe, Pierre, Jean, Louis, Marie, baron de Schoutheete de Tervarent, né le à Berlin est un ancien haut fonctionnaire belge. Il est docteur en droit et licencié en sciences politiques et diplomatiques. Il fut chef de cabinet du ministre des affaires étrangères. Il est membre depuis du conseil d'administration du think tank Notre Europe fondé par Jacques Delors en 1996. Ancien ambassadeur du Royaume de Belgique à Madrid (1981-85)et auprès de l'Union européenne (1987-97), professeur à l'Institut d'études européennes (U.C.L.), Président de la Fondation InBev Baillet Latour (1998-2008),Conseiller spécial auprès de la Commission européenne. Jacques Delors. Un article de Wikipédia, l'encyclopédie libre.
Notre Europe - Institut Jacques Delors. Présidents. Nos partenaires. Étienne Davignon. Étienne Francois Jacques Davignon, Viscount Davignon (born 4 October 1932 in Budapest) is a Belgian politician, businessman, and former vice-president of the European Commission.
David Manker Abshire. David M.
Abshire David Manker Abshire (born April 11, 1926) has served as a Special Counselor to President Reagan and was the U.S. Ambassador to NATO from 1983-1987. Currently David M. Abshire presides over the Center for the Study of the Presidency and Congress. He is a member of the advisory council of the Victims of Communism Memorial Foundation. Background David M. Political life Ambassador to NATO In 1983-1987 Abshire was Ambassador to NATO where, in reaction to the threat posed by Soviet SS-20 missiles, he was appointed to oversee the deployment of Pershing and Cruise missiles. Special Counselor to President Reagan Abshire was recalled as the Iran-Contra Affair unfolded to serve as Special Counselor to President Reagan with Cabinet rank.