Today the Club of Madrid of former Prime Ministers is having its Executive Committee meeting here in Stockholm.
Former President of Chile Ricardo Lagos is assuming the chairmanship.
But tomorrow and Wednesday I’m off to Brussels, Amsterdam and Paris for speeches primarily in the prospects for Turkey in the dedcades ahead.
In Paris there will alo be the possibility for somewhat wider talks. And in Brussels concerning the results of the European Council late last week. I would assume that there would also be numereous discussions on how to look at the results of the elections yesterday in Ukraine, although the preliminary results seems to be roughly in line with what I wrote about here last week.
Tomorrow is of course the day of the important post-Sharon election in Israel. And this week the Hamas-lead government is supposed to take over the running of the Palestine Authority.
Thursday I’m back here in Stockholm, but on Friday off to Copenhagen for a speech to the Baltic Development Forum on political and economic prospects in the Baltic world in the decades ahead.