Mobilizing Overseas Chinese to Back Up Chinese Diplomacy
We would like to bring to your attention a new article "Mobilizing Overseas Chinese to Back Up Chinese Diplomacy: The Case of President Hu Jintao’s Visit to Slovakia in 2009" by Rudolf Fürst and Gabriela Pleschová published in the impacted journal Problems of Post-Communism (Volume 62, Issue 1, 2015).
Nothing Is Imposed in This Policy
Does the EU behave towards its neighbours like a partner or like a coloniser? Find out in the new article “Nothing Is Imposed in This Policy!” The Construction and Constriction of the European Neighbourhood by Ondřej Horký-Hlucháň and Petr Kratochvíl published in the impacted journal Alternatives: Global, Local, Political.
16.03.2015 |
In Memory of Professor John Pinder
It is with deep regret that we announce the death of Professor John Pinder, one of the "founding fathers" of the TEPSA network, a distinguished scholar and a member of the Federal Trust, London.
16.03.2015 |
Perspectives Vol. 22 No. 2
Securitization and the Power of Threat Framing. South Korean Civil Society Organizations as Confidence-Builders? The Controversy over Humanitarian Intervention and Responsibility to Protect. Between Sovereignty and Biopolitics. Russia and the World: 2015. IMEMO Forecast.
12.03.2015 |
Call for 2015 Think Visegrad Fellowships
Think Visegrad—V4 Think Tank Platform is inviting applications for fellowships for non-Visegrad expert fellows.
06.03.2015 | Tomáš Profant
The Pontis Foundation: Partly Disrupting the Development Discourse Through Partnership
New article by Tomáš Profant was published online in Forum for Development Studies. The article analyses the hierarchising and sanctifying effects of the development discourse. First, it presents this discourse using secondary sources and then it applies critical discourse analysis to several texts and interviews to analyse whether the Slovak non-governmental development organization (NGDO) the Pontis Foundation follows the development discourse in terms of sanctifying development and hierarchising cultures.
28.02.2015 | IIR team
Otto Pick's 90th Birthday
Professor Otto Pick is celebrating his 90th birthday this week. We would like to wish him all the best and remind you of his fruitful journey. But how can you describe on one page a life so full of accomplishments? Professor Pick fought in the Second World War, worked for the BBC, was the head of the Czechoslovak section of Radio Free Europe and had a long and successful academic career, which included his receiving of the title of professor. He also served as a politician in the post of the First Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs. For us, the employees of the Institute of International Relations Prague, however, the most important part of his career was the period 1993-1998, when he served as the director of the Institute. He contributed immensely to its development, and he continued to support the Institute even in his later functions. We would therefore like to congratulate him and wish him all the best in the name of our entire institute.
20.02.2015 | Petr Kratochvíl
Lacking Foreign Policy Consensus
Petr Kratochvíl contributed an article to the Europe Policy Paper 1/2015 titled "A Region Disunited? Central European Responses to the Russia-Ukraine Crisis", edited by Joerg Forbrig and published by the German Marshall Fund of the United States. His contribution focuses on the lack of consensus in the Czech foreign policy, with the most visible example of it being the approach towards Russia.
30.01.2015 |
Timothy Snyder in Prague: No End of History, No End of Politics, but Limits to Critique?
We would like to bring to your attention Benjmain Tallis's Commentary on Timothy Snyder’s talk ‘Russia, Ukraine and the Central Significance of Civil Society’ (held at Charles University, Prague, on 27th January 2015). The article was praised by well known personalities such as Dr. Jonathan Eyal, Director of RUSI (The Royal United Services Institute) and Edward Lucas, senior editor at The Economist. Dr. Jonathan Eyal described it on twitter as “an excellent critique of Timothy Snyder’s views on Russia and Ukraine". The article will be also published by the Visegrad Insight on Monday, 2nd February.
28.01.2015 |
The 2014 Global Go To Think Tank Index Report
In the 2014 Global Go To Think Tank Index Report, the IIR was among the 85 Top Foreign Policy and International Affairs Think Tanks in the world. From the more than 6 000 think-tanks from all around the world which have been asked to take part in the survey, the Institute achieved 71st place. We would like to thank everybody for their support and we are looking forward to reaching even more challenging goals in the year 2015!

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