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13.05.2020 |
TEPSA Debate: “COVID-19 Response vs. Rule of Law”
Will “emergency” steps inflict longer-term damage on the division of powers in Poland, Hungary, Turkey and the UK? Does the EU play a relevant role in discouraging or correcting breaches to the rule of law?
12.05.2020 | Ondřej Ditrych
The Logic of Strategic Inhumanity and the Cost of Publicism
In the new essay for New Perspectives, Ondrej Ditrych discusses the argument of Matthew Kroenig's The Logic of American Nuclear Strategy.
12.05.2020 |
Call for Papers for a Special Issue: Coronavirus and the Future of Liberalism
Czech Journal of International Relations seeks a contributor for a Special Issue, which will focus on comparing the liberal and illiberal reactions to the pandemic.
11.05.2020 |
COVID-19, Border Closures, and International Law
Our Senior Researcher Bríd Ní Ghráinne published a new reflection about the coronavirus. In her work, she focuses on the restrictions applied by counties due to the epidemic and comments on them from a human rights point of view.
30.04.2020 | Rudolf Fürst
Czechia: Covid-19 puts China at centre of increasingly divisive national debate
China has been providing medical supplies and support to many European states affected by the Covid-19 pandemic. The Chinese “face-mask” diplomacy launched the new PR offensive in Europe in order to improve its international, as well as domestic image. How the Euro-Chinese bilateral relations have been affected by the Covid-19 crises? And how far is the Czech case comparable and specific within the whole European context?
29.04.2020 |
ÚMV v době pandemie
Ani v této době naši výzkumníci nepolevují v úsilí reagovat na aktuální problémy, se kterými se společnost globálně potýká. Přinášíme souhrn našich článků a výstupů, které se věnují problematice současné pandemie.
23.04.2020 | Jan Kovář
Czech Republic: political elites and citizens view EU cooperation with scepticism
The European Policy Institutes Network has published a report on the various responses to the Covid-19 crisis and how EU cooperation was perceived in the respective national context.
14.04.2020 |
Czech Journal of International Relations: Call for Proposals
Do you have an interesting research idea related to international politics of Central and Eastern Europe or the issues of European security and other European policies and group of colleagues working on the same topic? Czech Journal of International Relations is currently accepting special issue proposals for publication in 2021 and onwards.
07.04.2020 | Jan Daniel
Fieldwork as Failure
Failures occurring during an academic fieldwork can come in many forms and shapes. Our researcher Jan Daniel reflects on his own fieldwork failures and feeling of failure in the new edited volume Fieldwork as Failure: Living and Knowing in the Field of International Relations put together by Katarina Kušić and Jakub Záhora.
07.04.2020 |
Volná pracovní pozice: Administrativní asistent/ka (primárně pro OZP)
Rádi bychom touto cestou nabídli pracovní pozici „Administrativní asistent/-ka“ v Ústavu mezinárodních vztahů, v.v.i. Pozice je vhodná pro osoby se zdravotním postižením, a to za účelem plnění povinnosti dle § 81 zákona o zaměstnanosti.


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