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24.11.2020 |
Temporality and Geopolitics: The Case of Global Catholicism
Temporality and (religious) geopolitics The newest article by Petr Kratochvíl was published in the prestigious journal Geopolitics.
24.11.2020 | Alica Kizeková
China and the USA in Central Asia: Competing Actors with Different Goals?
This edited volume presents a trans-disciplinary and multifaceted assessment of the strategic and economic impacts of China’s Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) on three regions, namely Central Asia, Southeast Asia, and Central Eastern Europe.
16.11.2020 | Jan Daniel
Forging Civil–Military Cooperation: Domestic and International Laboratories of CIMIC Knowledge and Practice
Our researchers Jan Daniel and Markéta Wittichová argue in their most recent article that knowledge-production in civil-military cooperation supports primarily the creation of roles influenced by counterinsurgency thinking.
03.11.2020 | Tereza Soušková
Česká zahraniční politika vůči východnímu sousedství EU
Po několika letech se časopis Mezinárodní politika vrací do tištěné podoby. První číslo se zabývá východním sousedstvím EU a zaměřuje se na české působení v tomto regionu. Jednotlivé články se k této problematice snaží přistupovat z různých úhlů pohledu a vyzdvihovat i některé opomíjené proměnné.
19.10.2020 | Asya Metodieva
Border Control and Invisible Threats. Does the Closures of Borders in Europe Stop COVID-19?
Border control was introduced in Europe as an emergency response to the pandemic between March and May 2020. Following a process of re-opening, countries apply restrictions depending on national risk analyses, as well as individual political and economic interests. Quarantine and testing rules have been adopted across member states in various combinations. However, the rapidly changing situation and the lack of adequate risk assessments have proven these measures to be irrational in some cases.
30.09.2020 |
NEW JOB VACANCIES
The Institute of International Relations is announcing new job vacancies. You can find the complete list below.
21.09.2020 | Lukáš Tichý
Vnější energetické vztahy Evropské unie a koncept energetického aktérství
Výzkumník Lukáš Tichý a jeho nová kniha s názvem Vnější energetické vztahy Evropské unie a koncept energetického aktérství se věnuje vnitřní i vnější dimenzi energetické politiky Evropské unie. Přináší příklady energetického aktérství EU cíleného dovnitř, vůči členskému státu, především však ve vztahu ke stávajícím i potenciálním energetickým dodavatelům. Zabývá se také vztahy EU s Ruskem, USA, státy Blízkého východu či severní a subsaharskou Afrikou.
21.09.2020 | Ondřej Ditrych
The Evolution of International Drug Control under the United Nations.
Our director Ondřej Ditrych and political scientist Constanza Sanchéz-Avilés contributed with their chapter The Evolution of International Drug Control under the United Nations in the new Research Handbook on International Drug Policy.
How Does Identity Relate to Attitudes Towards Differentiation?
A new policy paper of our researchers Jan Kovář and Petr Kratochvíl just came out! It was written with a cooperation of Senem Aydın-Düzgit and under EU Integration and Differentiation for Effectiveness and Accountability (EUIDEA). The paper is called "How Does Identity Relate to Attitudes Towards Differentiation? The Cases of France, Germany, Czech Republic and Turkey" and focuses on the ways in which national identities shape attitudes towards differentiated integration.
10.09.2020 |
Call for Application: EU NPDC Internship at the IIR
The Institute of International Relations Prague (IIR) has been the leading academic institution for the study of international relations in the Czech Republic since 1957. An active member of international research networks, the Institute’s mission is to conduct excellent academic research in the field of international relations and other related disciplines.


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