Ioan Mircea Pașcu

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Ian Mircea Pașcu

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Minister of Defense
In office
28 December 2000 – 28 December 2004
Prime MinisterAdrian Năstase
Preceded bySorin Frunzăverde
Succeeded byTeodor Atanasiu
Member of the European Parliament
for Romania
In office
1 January 2007 – 1 July 2019
Personal details
Born (1949-02-17) 17 February 1949 (age 71)
Satu Mare, Romania
Political partySocial Democratic Party
Other political
affiliations
Progressive Alliance of Socialists and Democrats
Party of European Socialists
EducationBucharest Academy of Economic Studies
National University of Political Studies and Public Administration

Ioan Mircea Pașcu (born 17 February 1949) is a Romanian politician and Member of the European Parliament (MEP) from Romania. He previously served Minister of Defense from 2000 to 2004. He is a member of the Social Democratic Party, part of the Party of European Socialists.[1][2]

Positions in the European Parliament[edit]

  • 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[edit]

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
  • 01/01/2007−01/07/2019, Member of the European Parliament

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Political offices
Preceded by
Sorin Frunzăverde
Minister of Defense
2000–2004
Succeeded by
Teodor Atanasiu