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26.05.2017 | Benjamin Tallis
24.05.2017 |
Brand-new issue of New Perspectives is now available!
We are delighted to present issue 01/2017 of New Perspectives, a peer-reviewed journal published three times a year in English, which primarily focus on interdisciplinary research of Central and East European politics.
17.05.2017 | Jakub Eberle
Fantasy as a factor in international politics?
We are proud to present an article "Narrative, desire, ontological security, transgression: fantasy as a factor in international politics" by Jakub Eberle, published by the prestigious Journal of International Relations and Development.
Turkey: The Other in an oriental soap opera
Vít Beneš and Kristýna Tamchynová are the authors of the Czech country report which is part of a series on the future of EU-Turkey relations. "The Future of EU-Turkey Relations: Mapping Dynamics and Testing Scenarios" (FEUTURE) is a Horizon 2020 project coordinated by Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Wessels, the  Director of the Centre for Turkey and European Union Studies at the University of Cologne.
Prague European Summit 2017
Now in its third year, the Prague European Summit (PES) is an annual event established to provide a platform for high-level strategic and open debate among government officials, political and business representatives, academicians and journalists on the future of the European Union in the context of current world affairs.
04.05.2017 | Tamás Lattmann
Attack on the CEU in Hungary - An invalid law, or even criminal one?
In 2014, Hungarian prime minister Viktor Orbán has declared to build an “illiberal state” in Hungary, while constantly referring to leaders like Vladimir Putin in Russia or Recep Tayyip Erdogan in Turkey as examples. This has been seen by many as a gradual march toward authoritarianism. While this – and many other policies – have been heavily criticized by many ever since, these have gained a new momentum with the prime minister and his circles turning against the Central European University.
03.05.2017 | Miroslav Tůma
New IL reflection on negotiations of a convention banning nuclear weapons
The first round of talks regarding the negotiations of a treaty prohibiting nuclear weapons (their use, production, ownership, etc.) took place on March 27–31, 2017, at the UN Headquarters in New York under the presidency of Ambassador Elayne Whyte Gómez of Costa Rica. The second, and final round of talks, during which the finalization and adoption of the proposed convention is expected, should take place in New York from June 15 to July 7, 2017.
21.04.2017 | ÚMV
Institute of International Relations named "most prominent"
The Institute of International Relations was mentioned in a academic article "Think Tank Involvement in Foreign Policymaking in the Czech Republic and Poland"  in Italian Journal of International Affairs written by David Cadier & Monika Sus. Read below what these authors had to say about the Institute of International Relations. The citation follows.
19.04.2017 | Mark Galeotti
Crimintern: How the Kremlin uses Russia’s criminal networks in Europe
New report by Mark Galeotti published by the European Council on Foreign Relations focuses on the Russia’s criminal networks in Europe.
10.04.2017 | Michal Kořan
Does Democracy Matter?
Michal Kořan contributed a chapter "East Central Europe and the Future of Democracy: A Case for a Transatlantic Democratic Reset" to the new publication "Does Democracy Matter? The United States and Global Democracy Support" edited by Adrian Basora; Agnieszka Marczyk and Maia Otarashvili and published by prestigious Rowman & Littlefield.


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