11th International Symposium "Czech Foreign Policy"

Read more »

Proving a Negative: Deterrence Does Not Work in the Baltics

Deterrence does not work in the Baltics writes our colleague, Matus Halas, in his article for European Security, in which he shows that the situation in the Baltics for NATO is not exactly the best."The increased Russian foreign policy assertiveness...

Affect in the Czech Narrative of "Russian Hybrid Warfare"

Jakub Eberle and Jan Daniel recently published their article "Putin, You Suck": Affective Sticking Points in the Czech Narrative on "Russian Hybrid Warfare" in the prestigious Political Psychology journal. Together, they examine a dominant Czech...

News

Benjamin Tallis at the EISA Annual Conference in Sofia

Benjamin Tallis, senior researcher at the Centre for European Security, will be speaking at the European International Studies Association (EI...

New issue of Czech Journal of International Relations (Vol 54, No 3) is out!


We are pleased to announce that a new issue of Czech Journal of International Relations, Vol 54, No 3 has just been published.

...

IIR in the media

Can Věra Jourová secure an economic portfolio in her continuiong role as EU comissioner?

What do you think are Mrs. Jourová’s chances on getting that economic portfolio within the European Commission that the PM wants? Can her chan...

Jak Česko zbrojí svět. Nová reportáž kanálu Voxpot.

Jakub Eberle pro reportáž kanálu Voxpot komentoval české vývozy zbraní. Přísnější regulace by podle něj mohla dodat větší konzistenci české za...

A Postcolonial Look On ‘New’ Donors

Tomáš Profant takes a postcolonial look on the ‘new’ donors. He argues that whereas the power difference between the donor and the recipient i...

China’s political interference in Czech Republic back in focus

Rudolf Fürst gave an interview for the EURACTIV news server on the Chinese influence in Czechia. The Czech public opinion on the issue o...

 
 

Journals

The latest issue of New Perspectives (2/2019) is out now!

The Institute of International Relations is delighted to present this year’s second issue of New Perspectives, our peer-reviewed academic jour...

Looking. Again.

New Perspectives 2/2019 EDITORIAL

...
Great Expectations: The EU’s Social Role as a Great Power Manager

New Perspectives 1/2019 Special Section: Great Expectations: The EU’s Social Role as a Great Power Manager

...
A Quantum of Insecurity

New Perspectives 2/2019 Essay: A Quantum of Insecurity

...
The Wrong Critiques: Internal Border Controls Don’t Mean the End of Schengen

New Perspectives 1/2019: Internal Border Controls Don’t Mean the End of Schengen

...
Russia and the World: IMEMO Forecast 2018

New Perspectives 1/2019 Fora: Russia and the World: IMEMO Forecast 2018

...
 

Policy papers