Asociace pro mezinárodní otázky o.s.
2014 Global Go To Think Tank Index26.01.2015
University of Pennsylvania annually evaluates the work of think-tanks worldwide in the Go To Think Tank Index. In 2014 the Association for International Affairs reached the 3rd place in category think-tank to watch, 24th place in the category Best Advocacy Campaign and 19th in Best Policy Study for the Trends of the Czech European Policy.
Prague Student Summit – 4th Workshop25.01.2015
What does the TTIP mean for you?20.01.2015
Association for International Affairs published on its YouTube profile a series of interviews with the participants of its TTIP – Benefits and Challenges for the Czech Republic and the EU . You can listen how are the current negotiations evaluated by the EU Chief Negotiator of the TTIP Ignacio Garcia Bercero or Peter Stračár from the General Electric and many more.
AMO has initiated the application process of V4+ Model for Bachelor and Master students from Visegrad countries and Germany as a part of the Prague Student Summit. The applications are accepted by January 25. The V4+ Model is supported by Youth in Action, International Visegrad Fund and Czech-German Future Fund.
Dear colleagues, friends and supporters of AMO, we would like to wish you all the best to the upcoming year. Thank you very much for your support in 2014, we greatly appreciate it as it has been invaluable for our work and effort. Below, we present you a list of our greatest achievements in 2014.
AMO cordially invites you to its very first public events of 2015 season: two public lectures of Professor Robert Sutter of The George Washington University that will take place in Brno on January 6 and in Prague on January 7. The prominent expert on U.S.-China relations will talk about China’s Rise and its implications for U.S. foreign policy. The events are organized with kind support of the U.S. Embassy Prague and in cooperation with the Moravian Library in Brno.
NATO-Russia Relations after the NATO Wales Summit18.12.2014
AMO in cooperation with the NATO Information Center in Prague and with kind support of the NATO Public Diplomacy Division organized international conference Security Environment Change in 2014: NATO-Russia Relations after the NATO Wales Summit. The conference was chaired by Vít Dostál, Director of the Research Center. Photo gallery here.
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AMO in Media
Institute of Asian Studies
Interview with Prof. Robert Sutter
Ambiguous Czech Foreign Policy
Can China Take Over Taiwan by Force?
Friends of Europe
China’s urban leap forward: challenges and opportunities
The New Missile Corvette and Taiwan’s Naval Doctrine
The National Interest
Here Comes Taiwan’s Big Political Realignment
AMO Conference Report
TTIP: Benefits and Challenges for the Czech Republic and the EU