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Eesti Mälu Instituudi rahvusvaheline komisjon

Eesti Mälu Instituudi algataja:

Toomas Hendrik Ilves, Eesti Vabariigi president 2006–2016

Esimees:

Enrique Barón Crespo (Hispaania), õigus- ja majandusteadlane, Euroopa Parlamendi president 1989–1992

Liikmed:

Timothy Garton Ash (Suurbritannia), Oxfordi ülikooli Euroopa uuringute professor, Oxfordi ülikooli St. Anthony kolldži Isaiah Berlini lektoraadi juhtivteadur ja Stanfordi ülikooli Hooveri instituudi vanemteadur

Kristian Gerner (Rootsi), Lundi ülikooli emeriitprofessor, ajaloolane

Paavo Keisalo (Soome), erudiplomaat, oli aastatel 1999–2009 minister Max Jakobsoni abi tema kohustustes Inimsusevastaste Kuritegude Uurimise Eesti Rahvusvahelise Komisjoni esimehena

Nicholas Lane (Ameerika Ühendriigid), Ameerika Juudi Komitee endine asepresident ja rahvusvaheliste suhete komisjoni esimees, 1999–2009 Inimsusevastaste Kuritegude Uurimise Eesti Rahvusvahelise Komisjoni liige

Lasse Lehtinen (Soome), kirjanik, PhD (poliitiline ajalugu), 2004–2009 Euroopa Parlamendi liige

Markus Meckel (Saksamaa), usuteadlane ja poliitik, Saksa DV välisminister aprillist augustini 1990, Saksa Bundestagi liige 1990–2009

Norman M. Naimark (Ameerika Ühendriigid), Stanfordi ülikooli Robert ja Florence McDonnelli lektoraadi Ida-Euroopa Uuringute professor

Yakov M. Rabkin (Kanada), Montreali ülikooli ajalooprofessor

Pavel Žáček (Tšehhi Vabariik), PhD (sotsiaalteadused), Totalitaarsete Režiimide Uurimise Instituudi direktor

Learned Committee

Founder:

Toomas Hendrik Ilves, President of the Republic of Estonia in 2006–2016

Chairman:

Enrique Barón Crespo (Spain), researcher of law and economics, and former President of the European Parliament from 1989-1992

Members:

Timothy Garton Ash (United Kingdom), Professor of European Studies at Oxford University, Leading Researcher of Isaiah Berlin Lectorate of St. Anthony College of Oxford University and Senior Rerseacher of Hoover’s Institute of Stanford University

Kristian Gerner (Sweden), Professor Emeritus of Lund University, historian

Paavo Keisalo (Finland), retired diplomat, acting assistant of Minister Max Jakobson in 1999–2009, while he was discharging the functions of the Head of Estonian International Commission for the Investigation of Crimes Against Humanity

Nicholas Lane (United States of America), former Vice President of American Jewish Committee and Chairman of the Committee of Foreign Relations, member of the Estonian International Commission for the Investigation of Crimes Against Humanity in 1999–2009

Lasse Lehtinen (Finland), writer, member of the European Parliament in 2004–2009

Markus Meckel (Germany), religious scientist and politician, Minister of Foreign Affairs of the former German Democratic Republic from April to August 1990, member of the German Bundestag in 1990–2009 former freedom fighter, and the first and final democratic

Norman M. Naimark (United States of America), Robert and Florence McDonnell Professor in East European Studies at Standford University

Yakov M. Rabkin (Canada), Professor of History at Montreal University

Pavel Žáček (Czech Republic), social scientist, Director of the Institute for the Investigation of Totalitarian Regimes