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We are glad to invite you to an international conference Renewing Euro-Atlantic Economic Ties: Towards the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership with top experts from the EU & U.S. The event, held under the auspices of Prime Minister of the Czech Republic Petr Nečas, takes place on Tuesday, June 25 in Prague. Deadline to register is June 17.
We gladly introduce Michal Vodrážka, a new member of AMO Research Center's team. Michal focuses on Korean peninsula, Japan's foreign and security policies, and integration processes and international trade in East Asia. He has cooperated with AMO since 2010, he participated in the first year of the educational programme ALYAS among others.
A briefing paper published on the occasion of a planned international conference Renewing Euro-Atlantic Economic Ties: Towards the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership that takes place at the end of June in Prague. The event organized by the Association for International Affairs (AMO) and partners is held under the auspices of Prime Minister of the Czech Republic Petr Nečas.
In cooperation with Association of Crimean Tatar Workers of Education “Maarifchi” we organize a seminar dedicated to transferring Czech experiences from a project "Big and small stories of modern history" on June 1, 2013. Taking place in Crimean Ethnographic Museum in Simferopol, the event aims primarily at Crimean Tatar teachers of history and opens the second phase of the project supported by Transition Promotion Program of the Czech MFA.
Jan Kužvart and Lenka Filípková featured as speakers in several events dedicated to current situation in the Middle East, Vít Dostál dealt with Visegrad cooperation and the future of the EU, Václav Kopecký gave lecture on Chinese foreing policy, Jakub Kulhánek commented EU - U.S. relations, and Jiří Kocian chaired an event on the Western Balkans. Full list of their contributions is available here.
A policy paper published on the occassion of the international roundtable Prague Transatlantic Talks 2013 deals with the liberal interventionism as an underlying doctrine of NATO military operations. The recent cases of NATO operations in Libya, French intervention in Mali and the ongoing ISAF mission in Afghanistan are being examined. It also suggests ways how to mitigate impact of the current budgetary cuts and retain necessary defence capabilities.
Prague Transatlantic Talks 2013 - NATO in Afghanistan and Beyond: Search for a Mission, Quest for Capabilities25.04.2013
Association for International Affairs in cooperation with the Czech MFA and NATO organized the fourth instalment of the international roundtable Prague Transatlantic Talks. The event was held under the auspices of Czech Minister of Foreign Affairs, Karel Schwarzenberg. Speakers included NATO Assistant Secretary General for Defence Policy and Planning, Hüseyin Diriöz. Look through the conference book »
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