Ioan Mircea Pașcu

"Ioan Pascu" redirects here. For the actor, see Ioan Gyuri Pascu

Ioan Mircea Pașcu (born 17 February 1949 in Satu Mare) is a Romanian politician, a Member of the European Parliament and a former Minister of Defense in the Adrian Năstase cabinet. He is a member of the Social Democratic Party, part of the Party of European Socialists, and became an MEP on 1 January 2007 with the accession of Romania to the European Union.

Positions in the European Parliament

  • Vice-Chair of the Committee on Foreign Affairs
  • Vice-Chair of the Delegation for relations with the NATO Parliamentary Assembly
  • Member of the Subcommittee on Security and Defence
  • Member of the Delegation for relations with Japan
  • Substitute Member of the Committee on Transport and Tourism
  • Substitute Member of the Delegation for relations with the United States

Curriculum Vitae

Academic Career

  • 1971 Diploma in Foreign Trade Faculty of Foreign Trade, Academy of Economic Studies Bucharest
  • 1980, Doctorate in Political Sciences Institute of Political Sciences Bucharest
  • 1971−1986, Researcher, Department of International Relations Institute of Political Sciences, Department of International Relations Bucharest
  • 1973, Researcher, Salzburg Seminar for American Studies
  • 1979−1981, Fellow, Ford Foundation grant
  • 1985, Invited Associate Professor, St. Catherine's College, Oxford
  • 1986−1988, Lecturer in International Relations Academy of Political and Social Sciences Bucharest
  • 1988−1989, Resident researcher Institute for East-West Security Studies New York
  • 1992−1993, Grant, Japan Foundation, Centre for Slavic Studies, University of Hokkaido (Sapporo) and foreign researcher, Japanese Forum for International Relations
  • 1990−1996, Dean of the Faculty of International Relations National School of Political Studies and Public Administration Bucharest
  • 1990−present, Professor of International Relations National School of Political Studies and Public Administration Bucharest

Political Career

  • 31/12/1989−01/07/1990, Member of the Committee on Foreign Policy, Council of the National Salvation Front Council of the National Salvation Front
  • 09/02/1990−15/05/1990, Member of the Provisional National Unity Council Provisional National Unity Council
  • 01/07/1990–01/10/1992, Presidential counsellor, Head of the Foreign Policy Directorate, Department of Political Analysis, Romanian Presidential Administration
  • 1990−1992, Vice-president of the National Salvation Front
  • 1996−2000, Member of the Romanian Parliament for Maramures Chair of the Committee on Defence Chamber of Deputies, Romanian Parliament
  • 22/03/1993 − 22/11/1996, State Secretary for Defence Policy and International Relations Ministry of National Defence
  • 1997−2006, Vice-president of the Social Democratic Party
  • 2000−2007, Member of the Romanian Parliament for Satu Mare Chamber of Deputies, Romanian Parliament
  • 2000−2004, Minister of National Defence Ministry of National Defence
  • 01/01/2007−present, Member of the European Parliament

External links

  • http://www.ioanmirceapascu.ro
  • European Parliament official photo
  • (Romanian) Europolis - Ioan Mircea Pașcu's blog


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