Migration from the Middle East, sub-Saharan Africa and Asia: geopolitical and security contexts, implications and recommendations for the Czech Republic
The aim of this project is to offer a detailed analysis of the migration as an imminent non-military security threat of our contemporary world.
The aim of this project is to offer a detailed analysis of the migration as an imminent non-military security threat of our contemporary world. We will demonstrate the overlaps between all above mentioned non-military threats (asymmetric wars, terrorism, economic and energy crisis and instability, international organised crime and drogues smuggling in area MENAP, SA and South and South-East Asia. At the same time, we will offer a profound analysis of the push factors, pull factors and key migration traces into Europe. Last, but not least, we will a serial of concrete recommendations for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
Centre for European Politics
The Centre for European Politics (CEP) studies the processes, institutions and actors of European politics with a special emphasis on security issues and European Integration. We understand European politics as a complex and differentiated field in which interests of transnational institutions, corporations, states, regions and a plethora of non-state actors meet and clash with each other. We study these interactions from an interdisciplinary point of view that combines traditional approaches of European studies, security studies, political science and international relations while incorporating broader historical, social and cultural contexts.