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Course 1a: Globalization, the New International Order and Transatlantic Security
Lecturer: Dr. Ognyan Minchev, Sofia University, Bulgaria
Course 1b: Dilemmas and Conflicts within the New World Order
Lecturer: Dr. Lyubov Mincheva, Sofia University, Bulgaria

Course 2: Legal Aspects of an Enlarged European Union
Lecturers: Prof. Jo Carby-Hall, University of Hull and Dr. Diane Ryland, University of Lincoln, UK

Course 3: International Relations and U.S. Foreign Policy in the Age of Globalization
Lecturer: Prof. Mark Kramer, Harvard University, USA

Course 4: Negotiation and Conflict Resolution
Lecturer: Prof. George Siedel, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, USA

Course 5a: Southeast Europe in International Relations
Lecturer: Dr. Benedict DeDominicis, American University in Bulgaria
Course 5b: The Cyprus Problem as a Challenge to the EU Enlargement
Lecturers: Dr. Dinko Dinkov and Stoyan Stoyanov, University of National and World Economy, Bulgaria

Course 6: The Synergy of Community: the Power of Working Together in Groups
Lecturers: Dr. Cynthia Norris and Dr. Gerald Ubben, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, USA

Course 7: Intercultural and International Communication: Challenges for Global Interaction in the 21st Century
Lecturer: Dr. Noemi Marin, Florida Atlantic University, USA

Course 8: Personal Effectiveness and Power: Leadership Today
Lecturer: Prof. Elka Todorova, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, Bulgaria

Course 9: Bulgarian Language Instruction
Lecturers: Dr. Angel Angelov, Dr. Chtiliana Halacheva-Rousseva and Dr. Mira Kovacheva, Bulgaria

Course 10a: Cultural Traditions in Bulgaria: Main Trends in Thracian History and Culture from the Bronze Age to the End of Antiquity
Lecturer: Dr. Tsvete Lazova, New Bulgarian University, Bulgaria
Course 10b: Cultural Traditions in Bulgaria: Middle Ages in Bulgaria Represented by the Manuscript Tradition
Lecturer: Dr. Elissaveta Moussakova, National Library "St.St. Cyril and Methodius", Bulgaria
Course 10c: Cultural Traditions in Bulgaria: Symbols and Beliefs; Folklore of Ethnic Groups; Contemporary Folklore
Lecturer: Dr. Magdalena Elchinova, New Bulgarian University, Bulgaria

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