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17.10.2016 | Tomáš Profant
Tomáš Profant recenzentem
Zdá se Vám, že diskuzím o elitní pražské kavárně a neliberálních xenofobních masách chybí empirické podklady? Stejná debata probíhá i na Slovensku. Tomáš Profant v recenzi pro časopis Sociologie diskutuje s knížkou Petry Burzové "Okouzleni pohledem na dav," která přináší tolik potřebný kvalitativní výzkum o bratislavské kavárně a národoveckém diskurzu.
13.10.2016 |
Michal Šimečka na 7. diskuzním večeru "Přes Afriku"
Michal Šimečka se zúčastnil 7. diskuzního večera "Přes Afriku" uspořádaného organizací Humanitas Afrika ve spolupráci s Goethe-Institut Praha. V průběhu diskuzního večera si spolu s velvyslancem Arabské Egyptské Republiky,  J. E. Abderahmanem Salaheldinem a paní Nicol Adamcovou, diplomatkou z Ministerstva zahraničních věcí ČR, kladl otázku, zda jsou mezinárodní vztahy, diplomacie a multikulturalismus stále relevantní a pokud ano, jak by měly být řešeny?
10.10.2016 |
Life After Brexit
Do you like Jan Kovář's analyses in the media, and would you like to hear him speak in person? You can meet him at the public debate organised by the Institute for Politics and Society within the international conference Forum 2000: LIFE AFTER BREXIT: A NEW FORWARD FOR THE EU. The event will take place on 17th October from 5pm till 7pm in Schebek Palace, Politických vězňů 936/7, 11000 Prague 1.
07.10.2016 |
The Challenge of Migrants and Refugees
The director of the Institute of International Relations Prague, Petr Kratochvíl will together with Michal Šimečka participate in the conference "The Challenge of Migrants and Refugees in the European Union: Franco-Czech Perspectives". The event, jointly coorganized by Sciences Po-Center for International Studies (CERI), Paris, Institute of International Relations Prague (IIR) and Faculty of Arts (CUFA), Charles University, Prague will take place on 14 October in Paris.
07.10.2016 |
EU Enlargement to the Western Balkans
Anes Makul aims (for the journal Sui Generis) at analyzing the readiness of the European Union to enlarge to the Western Balkans despite the decreasing desire to support further  enlargement expressed by the EU citizens and the internal crisis the EU has been facing in recent years. The analysis has been based on rationalist and constructivist theory, two theoretical frameworks of international relations, and they are used to explain the reasons behind the EU enlargement. Whereas rationalism assumes that enlargement takes place due to economic and geopolitical reasons, constructivism assumes that enlargement takes place due to shared ideas and values. The author argues that rationalism can better explain the readiness of the Union to enlarge to the Western Balkans. More specifically, the main reason for granting EU membership to the Western Balkans is the stability of the region.
06.10.2016 | Tamás Lattmann
New ILR is here - Referendum in Hungary
Referendum on the refugee quotas in Hungary – protection of sovereignty or much ado about nothing?
03.10.2016 | Jan Hornát
The power triangle in the Indian Ocean
An article by Jan Hornát, IIR Associate Researcher was published in the Cambridge Review of International Affairs. The Indian Ocean is increasingly becoming the point of focus in assessing Asia's future security challenges. As both India and China are building up their naval presence in the Indian Ocean and as China's stakes in the region (protecting its maritime trade) interact with India's aspirations (being the regional dominant power and security provider), tensions are likely to rise. The United States has an established role in the Indian Ocean, and its approach to the contestation between Indian and Chinese interests may play a key role in limiting frictions. These developments have led many analysts to foresee the emergence of a balance of power system in the Indian Ocean region and East Asia which would be comparable to that of nineteenth-century Europe. In presenting the interplay between the three major stakeholders in the Indian Ocean, this paper aims to outline the implications of a balance of power system in the Indian Ocean region and demonstrate that it may not guarantee peace and stability, but, with regard to Organski's ‘power transition’ theory, could lead to quite the contrary.
Attitudes towards Chinese energy investments
Richard Q. Turcsányi, IIR's Associate Researcher, is author of an recent article in the impacted journal Energy Policy. This article builds on Europe-wide knowledge of EU-China energy investment relations and discusses the cases of three Central European countries’ attitudes towards Chinese energy investments.
Petition condemning the stigmatisation of the Levada Centre? Signed!
Mr. Petr Kratochvíl and Vladimír Handl were among the first to sign the petition condemning the stigmatisation of the Levada Analytical Centre under the leadership of its director, Lev Gudkov.


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