Jakub Kufčák is Research Fellow of AMO Research Center, his research focuses on the NATO and security policy. Since 2017, he has been Member of the Supervisory Board of AMO.
He holds an MA in German and Austrian Studies from the Faculty of Social Sciences, Charles University in Prague. In 2013, he finished one year program in security studies (Robinson-Martin Security Scholars Program) at Prague Security Studies Institute (PSSI). He also did an internship at the Committe on Foreign Affairs, Security and Defence of the Senate of the Parliament of the Czech Republic, and is a contributing editor for Portál odborných studentských textů (POST), an online academic journal for students. In 2010/11, he studied at Free University in Berlin as an Erasmus exchange student.
Among his interests belong German foreign and security policy, the question of Georgian NATO membership, defence cooperation in the V4 group, and arms exports.
He has been participating exclusively in educational and research projects since May 15, 2017.
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