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NATO Framework Nations Concept25.11.2014
AMO with kind support of the NATO Public Diplomacy Division organized closed expert round table dealing with the topic of the NATO Framework Nation Concept as a way to strengthen Germany’s role in the Alliance on November 24. The opening speech and introductory presentation was delivered by Christian Mölling from the German Institute for International and Security Affairs.More >>
Vít Dostál and Václav Lídl presented the first results of the research project Important, Forgotten or Irrelevant? Stakeholders' Survey on Post-Vilnius Eastern Partnership at the 6th annual meeting of the Eastern Partnership Civil Society Forum on November 20 in Batumi, Georgia. Go through the presentation with preliminary results and look at the photos here.
25 Years of a Free Foreign Policy12.11.2014
On November 19 the Institute of International Relations organized 6th International Symposium "Czech Foreign Policy". Director of AMO Research Center Vít Dostál took part in the panel "The Czech-Polish Cooperation in Defence, Security and Military Areas". Research fellows Václav Kopecký and Alice Rezková participated in the panel "China: New Opportunities and Challenges for Czech Foreign Policy?".
TTIP – Benefits and Challenges for the Czech Republic and the EU05.11.2014
AMO in cooperation with the Ministry of Industry and Trade, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, University of Economics, Embassy of the UK, and Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung held international conference on the topic of the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership. This event was broadcasted live on the Czech Television and live tweeted under hashtag #TTIP_Prague. More information about programme and speakers in conference book.
The TTIP One Year On and the Czech Position: Measuring Benefits and Identifying Threats05.11.2014
Research paper of AMO Research Fellows Alice Rezková and Kryštof Kruliš was published on the occasion of international conference “TTIP – Main Benefits and Challenges for the Czech Republic and the European Union”. It deals with the progress of negotiations up to the present, with the challenges that lies ahead and with the Czech position on the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership.
State of Czech-U.S. Relations Twenty-Five Years after the Velvet Revolution04.11.2014
AMO in cooperation with the U.S. Embassy Prague and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Czech Republic, organized a public lecture of H. E. Ambassador of the United States to the Czech Republic Andrew H. Schapiro. His Excellency focused in his speech foremost on the topic of bilateral relations between the United States and the Czech Republic. Photo gallery here.
Workshop on European Issues in Italy01.11.2014
Director of AMO Research Center Vít Dostál attended workshop on European issues named “The European Union at a Crossroad: Top Challenges for the Member States in the new legislative period“ on October 29-31. He participated in panel concerning possible reform of the EU architecture. The aforementioned workshop was organized by Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung in Cadenabbia, Italy.
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