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Agenda for Czech Foreign Policy in Brno20.03.2015
Association for International Affairs organized presentation of its landmark publication Agenda for Czech Foreign Policy 2015 at the Faculty of Social Studies, Masaryk University in Brno on March 25. It represented a follow-up event to the formal presentation of the Agenda that took place in Prague March 23. Text of previous studies is accessible here.
AMO has published its annual Agenda for Czech Foreign Policy 2015 that is focused on the assessment of foreign policy of the Czech Republic in 2014 and gives particular policy recommendations for 2015. Czech diplomacy in 2014 was marked with C, in the same way as in 2012 and 2013. Major topics in 2014 were the response to events in Ukraine and related threats to European security, the change in the course of Czech European policy and relations with neighbouring countries.
Czech approach to cyber security20.03.2015
Association for International Affairs publishes briefing paper of Associate Fellow Tomáš Maďar focused on the new Czech national cyber security strategy. Maďar claims that Czech Republic’s ambition to grow into a leading position in terms of European cyber security is a welcome feature of the new security strategy. However, we should not forget that this goal is perhaps too ambitious and there is a stark competition in this field.
Agenda for Czech Foreign Policy in Prague17.03.2015
Association for International Affairs organized formal presentation of its landmark publication Agenda for Czech Foreign Policy 2015. This event took place on March 23 in Era svět, Prague. In the panel discussion expressed their opinions on the state of the Czech foreign policy the Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs Petr Drulák and his predecessor Jiří Schneider. The main guests were joined also by the editors of the publication director of the Research Center Vít Dostál and AMO research fellow Jakub Eberle. Photogallery here.
Economic journalism in the EU17.03.2015
Association for International Affairs presents conference report from its international conference Economic Journalism and Internal Market written by research fellows Kryštof Kruliš and Václav Lídl. Presented conference report is divided thematically. It deals with the current situation of media in the Visegrad countries, their stance towards the EU and internal market, food quality scandals and last but not least with the polish plumber stereotype. Both the conference and the overall project dealing with the internal market are supported by the International Visegrad Fund.
Czech Republic leads on Internet freedom among Visegrad Four17.03.2015
Association for International Affairs presents policy paper of its research fellow Tomáš Rezek Freedom Flagship Needs Compass. Rezek claims that although the Czech Republic is a leader in online freedom it lacks a clear legal framework governing rights and responsibilities on the Internet. Presented policy paper was prepared in the framework of the study V4mediafreedom. Study is a part of the project The V4 Online: Free and Uncensored?
Visegrad Summer School10.03.2015
Association for International Affairs along with the Polish Villa Decius kindly invites you to the Visegrad Summer School. This project takes place in Krakow, July 5-18. It represents a unique multi-disciplinary project for young Central European students. If you are interested in this offer, please register on its web page until March 31.
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AMO in Media
Instytut Spraw Publicznych
Niemiecka polityka europejska w ocenie Brytyjczyków, Czechów, Francuzów i Włochów
Central Europe’s Digital Freedom Struggle
Letter From Prague
Institute of Asian Studies
Interview with Prof. Robert Sutter
Economic Journalism and Internal Market
Middle-Income Trap in V4 Countries? – Opening Theses
Czech security policy and the Ukraine crisis
Freedom Flagship Needs Compass
AMO Briefing Paper
Czech Economic Convergence: Glass Ceiling
AMO Briefing Paper
Slavkov trilateral meeting: No challenge to Visegrad