Proběhlé akce

23.11.2016 | Tamás Lattmann
Referendum on the Refugee Quotas in Hungary - Questions and Possible Effects
The Centre for International Law of the Institute of International Relations Prague held a public discussion on “Referendum on the Refugee Quotas in Hungary - Questions and Possible Effects”.
16.11.2016 |
Linie svobody: Současná arabská karikatura
Zveme Vás na výstavu “Linie Svobody: Současná arabská karikatura” a zajímavé doprovodné akce.
15.11.2016 | UMV
The Use of Force Against the Islamic State
The Institute of International Relations Prague and the Czech Society of International Law cordially invite you to the presentation with a subsequent discussion.
15.11.2016 | Lukáš Tichý
Energetický terorismus a energetika jako nástroj teroristických organizací v oblasti MENA, dopady pro ČR
Ústav mezinárodních vztahů uspořádal představení projektu Lukáše Tichého a Nikity Odintsova o energetickém terorismu v oblasti Blízkého východu a Severní Afriky.
10.11.2016 | UMV
Affect and the Arab Spring
The Institute of International Relations would like to cordially invite you to a lecture with Dr. Ty Solomon, Lecturer in International Relations, University of Glasgow on the „Affect and the Arab Spring“.
09.11.2016 | UMV
Vědecká kavárna - ÚMV na Týdnu vědy a techniky AV ČR!
Ústav mezinárodních vztahů nabídne v rámci Týdne vědy a techniky, pořádaného Akademií věd České republiky, exkurzi po budově ústavu a bohatou nabídku přednášek. Akce se koná 9. listopadu 2016, všichni zájemci jsou vřele vítáni!
01.11.2016 | UMV
Tackling the Root Causes of the Migration Challenge in a Diverging Europe
The Institute of International Relations in cooperation with the Heinrich-Böll-Stiftung Prague would like to cordially invite you to a conference on “Tackling the Root Causes of the Migration Challenge in a Diverging Europe” on 1 November 2016 in the Czernin Palace, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Czech Republic, Loretánské náměstí 5, Prague 1.
Approach or Reproach „Problematic Regimes“?
The Institute of International Relations would like to cordially invite you to a seminar with Dr. Shirin Akiner. During the seminar, one of the key thorny issues of the foreign policies of most Western countries concerning the question what stand to take toward the so called problematic regimes will be discussed. What attitude to adopt and pursue toward countries who are on one hand not fully compatible with the western perception of a „good regime“ but on the other hand represent an important actor of international system for whatever reason (variously such group of problematic regimes would consist of North Korea, Uzbekistan, Azerbaidjan, Cuba, Iran, Russia, China and others). 
Balkan Perspectives on European Integration
The Czech Council on Foreign Relations in cooperation with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Czech Republic and the Institute of International Relations holds a conference „Balkan Perspectives on European Integration“. 
10.10.2016 | Benjamin Tallis
The End of Normative Power Europe?
The Eurozone, Greece, Migration, Brexit. As the EU moves from crisis to crisis many people are asking what Europe has to offer its own citizens as well as the wider world? Is the EU’s attractive power exhausted? Does the EU still have any ‘weapons of mass attraction’? Can the Union still play a transformative role in its neighbourhood? Will the EU stay together?


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