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Visegrad exchange seminars for Egyptian journalists22.10.2014
AMO works towards strengthening civic participation through youth journalism in Egypt's regions. For this sake, we are organising focussed, practical and output-oriented seminar series taking place in all Visegrad capitals, starting on October 22, 2014, in Prague and finishing on October 29, 2014, in Bratislava.
AMO in cooperation with the U.S. Embassy Prague and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Czech Republic, cordially invites you to a public lecture of H. E. Ambassador of the United States to the Czech Republic Andrew H. Schapiro. His Excellency will focus foremost on the topic of bilateral relations between the United States and the Czech Republic. The event takes place on Thursday, October 30 at 6 PM in Prague. Please register here.
Working lunch for security experts19.10.2014
Association for International Affairs in conjunction with the Polish Embassy in Prague organized expert round table titled “NATO Summit in Wales and the Czech-Polish Perspective”. The topic of this meeting revolved around the conclusions of the NATO UK Summit and its implications for wider central Europe.
The AMO Lectures for Young Asia Scholars programme has begun16.10.2014
The educational project ALYAS – AMO Lectures for Young Asia Scholars focuses predominantly on master students, PhD candidates and young professionals who are interested in Asian affairs. The main objective of this programme is to deepen the understanding of political, economic, security and social issues of the Asia-Pacific region.
NATO after the Wales Summit: Readying the Alliance for the Future12.10.2014
Policy paper of AMO associate fellow Jakub Kufčák emphasizes the necessity for strengthening the role of the article five in the post-Crimea conditions of international situation. Furthermore, it points out the need to rebalance the focus on territorial defense with continuation of NATO’s partnerships as one of the backbone of its global relevance.
To lead Europe for one day10.10.2014
Association for International Affairs organized a simulation of the Council of the EU and European Parliament on October 10. The aim of this project “To be European leaders for one day!” is to engage high school and university students into discussion regarding the European integration and to deepen their knowledge about the EU. The most successful participants can win a trip to Brussels.
Central European Perspectives08.10.2014
Director of Research Center Vít Dostál attended conference „Germany and the Visegrad Countries (V4) Ten Years after the EU Enlargement““ held in Berlin in the end of September. This conference marked the end of year-long research project and series of conferences in the capital cities of the Visegrad states. Its goal was to evaluate 20 years of Visegrad cooperation and 10 years of membership of the Visegrad states in the EU.
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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
AMO Policy paper
NATO after the Wales Summit: Readying the Alliance for the Future
How to Save Occupy Central
The misunderstood Visegrad Group
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