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AMO Annual Report 201315.09.2014
The Association for International Affairs's Annual Report 2013 is out. It overviews all events, held by AMO in 2013, publications, and media outputs as well as research, educational and transition promotion projects. Moreover, it contains financial statement of previous year, list of our partners and staff. The Report is published in English and is downloadable here.
V4 in 2014: Lack of Cohesion or Excessive Expectations?12.09.2014
AMO held the panel discussion dedicated to the Visegrad cooperation in September 9. The speakers included Daniel Hegedüs (DGAP), Dominik P. Jankowski (NSB) and Milan Nič (CEPI). The discussion was moderated by director of Research Center Vít Dostál. The event took place in the framework of our joint research project supported by International Visegrad Fund. Check out the photos from this event.
Who are the Ambassadors of the Czech Republic?09.09.2014
If you are a master student, PhD. candidate or young professional who is interested in Asia affairs and want to deepen your knowledge of various issues of this region, do not hesitate and apply! Applicants are asked to send their applications and motivation letter by October 12. The first lecture starts on October 16.More >>
New season of the unique educational project Prague Student Summit has just begun. Check out the introductory video and current issue of Chronicle. After the call for applications in September and October, the preparatory workshops will start in November and the final conference is scheduled for March 2015.More >>
Such as every year, AMO experts took part in several Czech and international meetings in 2014. Traditional events in Central European capitals with our long-term Visegrad partners were among them. One of the key gatherings, the GLOBSEC conference, took place in Bratislava with the participation of AMO Director Vlaďka Votavová and Research Fellow Tomáš Rezek, chaired the debate on cyber security.
Ondřej Mocek as AMO Research Fellow29.08.2014
We gladly introduce Ondřej Mocek, a new member of AMO Research Centre´s Team. His field of expertise is European Union, especially European Parliament and the behaviour of its deputies. He graduated the master degree in the field of European studies at Masaryk University in Brno, where he continues in his Ph.D. studies in the field of European Studies.
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AMO in Media
Central European Policy Institute
V4 and Germany: Challenges ahead
EU Single Market Ten Years After the Eastern Enlargement
The Odd Couple: Japan & Taiwan’s Unlikely Friendship
The National Interest
Four Chinese Weapons of War Taiwan Should Fear
AMO Research paper
Rebirth Control in Tibetan Buddhism: Anything New?
AMO Briefing paper
The Impact of Cyber Attacks on the Private Sector
Why Defending Taiwan Is Not Illegal
The Institute for European Politics
Euroscepticism and European Parliament elections
Prague Transatlantic Talks 2014: Facing the Atlantic Cyber Challenge