Prague Agenda

The Prague Agenda is the annual conference dedicated to the themes of nuclear non-proliferation and disarmament. The conference has won its place among other big world conferences on these issues and we were honoured that some of the distinguished participants from previous years returned to join further sessions.

14. 10. 2005 (9:00)

Tento obsah není aktuální Czernin Palace, MFA, Loretánské námětí 5

PA 2015

The Prague Agenda 2015 14 - 17 October 2015

Since President Obama’s 2009 announcement of his long-term nuclear disarmament vision in Prague and the following signing of the 2010 US-Russia START Treaty, Prague has established itself as a venue for discussion and taking stock of issues related to nuclear arms control, nuclear security, disarmament and non-proliferation.

Let us cordially invite you, on behalf of the team of organizers: the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Czech Republic, the Institute of International Relations Prague, Charles University in Prague and Metropolitan University Prague, to save the date for the 5th annual Prague Agenda conference.

The 5th Prague Agenda Conference will explore nuclear deterence, framing of nuclear disarmament debates, following-up on the NPT and emerging nuclear powers. The 2015 Assembly of the international network of Parliamentarians for Nuclear Non-Proliferation and Disarmament (PNND) will follow with a parliamentary conference on eliminating the risks of nuclear weapons.

Fore more information please visit the web of the conference.

PA 2014

Prague Agenda 2014

Video: Keynote Speech by Rose Gottemoeller


Interviews for journal "International Politics" of the IIR

PA 2013

The Prague Agenda - The Global Zero and Beyond

The Prague Agenda - Prospects and Challenges

Video: Beyond the New START: The Prague Agenda after Berlin


PA 2012

The Prague Agenda - Accomplishments and Challenges

Video: New NPT Cycle - Almost Halfway Through

Video: Nuclear Security - Challenges and Ways Forward


PA 2011

The Prague Agenda - the Way Forward

Conference Report


Spolupráce / Záštita

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Czech Republic; Institute of Political Science, Faculty of Social Sciences of the Charles University in Prague; Metropolitan University Prague