Policy papers

19.05.2020 |
Japan and the Visegrad 4: The Unsensational Strategic Partners
Our Senior Researcher Rudolf Fürst published a new Policy Paper. This paper points out to the convergence between the Visegrad 4 and Japan that is driven by economic concerns and shared views on global political challenges. It also discusses the potential and real prospects of Japan’s rising interest in the V4 group.
23.04.2020 |
The Significant Political Declaration and the Forthcoming 10th NPT Review Conference
Miroslav Tůma discusses in his new policy paper the importance of the political declaration issued in connection with the 10th Review Conference of the Treaty on the Nonproliferation of Nuclear Weapons (NPT).
02.04.2020 |
Významná politická deklarace a nadcházející 10. hodnotící konference smlouvy NPT
Seniorní spolupracovník Ústavu mezinárodních vztahů Miroslav Tůma ve svém novém policy paperu diskutuje význam politické deklarace vydané v souvislosti s 10. hodnotící konferencí Smlouvy o nešíření jaderných zbraní (NPT).
13.03.2020 |
Time to Exist and Resist: the European Union and Russian Political War
Mark Galeotti, Senior Nonresident Fellow of the Institute of International Relations, published a new Policy Paper about the political war between the European Union and Russia.
26.02.2020 | Jan Daniel
Kdo bude rekonstruovat válkou zničenou Sýrii?
Výzkumný pracovník Ústavu mezinárodních vztahů Jan Daniel napsal nový Policy Paper, zaměřený na humanitární a mezinárodně-politický rozměr diskuze o post-konfliktní obnově Sýrie.
The Visegrád Four and the Security of NATO’s “Eastern Flank”
Eoin Micheál McNamara in his Policy Paper called The Visegrád Four and the Security of NATO’s “Eastern Flank” expresses the argument that there is considerable scope for the V4 states to improve their contribution to NATO’s collective defence posture. Based on this fact, he argues the different strategic positions of each V4 member within the NATO membership related to Russian influence.
Syřané v Turecku: Neudržitelný rozvoj?
Policy paper Kristýny Kučerové se zaměřuje na druhou vlnu projektů financovaných skrze tzv. nástroj EU pro uprchlíky v Turecku. Jak se na situaci Syřanů v Turecku podepsala ekonomická krize v zemi a místní volby? Jsou reálné návraty uprchlíků do Sýrie, zvláště v kontextu aktuální turecké intervence? A jak se projekty vypořádávají s nestabilitou v zemi i jejím okolí?
Kick-Starting Cosmopolitan Governance Through Science: The Case of a Giant Laser System
Nikola Schmidt and Ondřej Ditrych in their Policy Paper titled "Kick-Starting Cosmopolitan Governance Through Science: The Case of a Giant Laser System" propose a novel perspective on how large technical systems can enable global governance. The authors suggest that technologies may even become integrated into a political strategy seeking to develop more inclusive cosmopolitan governance.
28.11.2019 | Matúš Halás
A Global Arms Control Regime on Short- and Medium-Range Missiles
The Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces (INF) Treaty, which resolved the crisis in the 80s between East-West relations, limiting ground-launched delivery vehicles with a range between 500 and 5,500 km, ceased to be a valid international law document since August 2019 between the United States and the Russia Federation. Matúš Halás, Head of Center for European Security (IIR), illustrated in his Policy Paper titled "A Global Arms Control Regime on Short and Medium-Range Missiles" the example of a possible global regime limiting the development and deployment of ground-launched short- and medium-range ballistic and cruise missiles.
27.11.2019 | Miroslav Tůma
The Importance of Verification and Transparency in the Nuclear-Arms Control
Miroslav Tůma in his  new Policy Paper titled "The Importance of Verification and Transparency in the Nuclear-Arms Control, Nonproliferation and Disarmament Process" explained how monitoring and verification procedure associated with the nuclear-arms control, nonproliferation and disarmament process is nowadays important, especially in the sphere between US and Russia, which posses 90% of nuclear weapons all over the world. The author also analysed the development of the verification procedure in this field and its future curse.


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