Czech Foreign Policy: EU Presidency and Beyond
An international conference orgaized by the Institute of International Relations Prague.
12. 10. 2010 (14:00)
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The conference was dealing with the topics of three recently published books. The first panel was on Central European EU Presidencies and it reflected on the volume Drulák, P. and Šabič, Z., eds. (2010) "The Czech and Slovenian EU presidencies in a comparative perspective", Dordrecht: Republic of Letters Publishing.
The second panel was titled Inside of Czech Foreign Policy Making and it drew on the volume Kořan, M., ed., (2010) "Czech Foreign Policy 2007-2009".
The third panel dealt with the External Reflection of the Czech National Interests which developed on the volume Drulák, P. and Braun, M., eds., (2010) "The Quest for the National Interest: a Methodological Reflection on Czech Foreign Policy".
Speakers of the conference included:
Jozef Bátora, Associate Professor at the Institute of European Studies and International Relations at Comenius University in Bratislava
Oleg Nikolaevich Barabanov, Professor, Head of the Department of EU Politics and Policies, MGIMO, Moscow
Martin Dangerfield, Jean Monnet Chair in the European Integration of Central and East Europe, University of Wolverhampton
Jacques Rupnik, Professor, College of Europe, Bruges, and CERI–Sciences Po, Paris
Zlatko Šabič, Professor of International Relations and Head of the Department of Political Science at the University of Ljubljana
Marcin Zaborowski, Director of Polish Institute of International Affairs, Warsaw
Programme of the conference you can download here.