Asociace pro mezinárodní otázky o.s.
Public round table on TTIP in Berlin30.06.2015
Research Fellow Kryštof Kruliš will take part in discussion on the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership in Berlin on July 3. Kruliš will present Czech position vis-a-vis TTIP. This event is being organized by Heinrich Böll Foundation and the Federal Representation of Baden-Württemberg in Berlin.
Intellectual property rights in China26.06.2015
Association for International Affairs (AMO) publishes best research paper written in the frame of its project AMO Lectures for Young Asian Scholars (ALYAS) 2014/2015. Text of Kamila Trojanová, PhD student at the Faculty of International Relations, University of Economics, Prague, focuses on the role of intellectual property rights in China’s trade policy. It deals for example with the question whether China is going to comply more with the intellectual property law in the nearest future.
Middle-Income Trap in Bratislava and Budapest22.06.2015
Research Fellow Kryštof Kruliš represented AMO in the frame of project focused on the economic convergence of Central Europe to the level of Western Europe on a conference in Budapest on June 23 and one day later in Bratislava. Related event was organized by AMO on June 18 in Prague. Research paper that summarizes all chief conclusions of the project is downloadable here.
Middle-Income Trap in Prague20.06.2015
Association for International Affairs (AMO) organized on June 18 in cooperation with The Kosciuszko Institute and with support of the International Visegrad Fund international expert conference Middle-Income Trap in V4 Countries? focused on Central European convergence to the economic level of Western Europe. AMO was represented by Alice Rezková and Kryštof Kruliš. Kruliš presented a set of recommendations for the Czech government. Photo gallery here.
AMO organized closed round table discussion with members of the Ukrainian Nestor Group. Principal topic of this event was by this group recently published strategy on modernization of Ukraine. This document outlines chief goals and instruments for the transformation of Ukrainian society and economy. Photo gallery from this round table is available here.
Oral history for Ukrainian teachers19.06.2015
In Kherson and Mykolaiv were organized seminars of Ukrainian experts, educated in the Czech Republic, on the oral history method for modern history teaching at high schools. This initiative represents part of AMO’s project focused on the development of alternative education for Ukrainian teachers. The project is being supported by the Transitions Promotion Program of the Czech MFA.
Think-tank platform from Visegrad Four countries supported by the International Visegrad Fund titled Think Visegrad has published the summary of its activities in the course of the previous year. Our research fellows participated in several analyses for Central European governments concerning topics such as Ukrainian crisis, Western sanctions against Russia or the Eastern Partnership Initiative.
AMO in Media
Institute of World Policy
Тренди Східного партнерства
New Eastern Europe
Eastern Partnership Riga Summit - Critical Background Reading
AMO Research Paper
The Intellectual Property Rights in China’s Trade Policy
Friends of Europe
EU-CHINA - Shaping a shared future
The National Interest
Taiwan Can't Save the South China Sea
CEPI Policy Brief
V4 in EP: Punching above its weight?
Will China Buy French-built Mistral Ships?
National Convention Policy Paper
Digital Agenda: The Engine of European Economic Growth