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Smekal appointed to the Czech government´s Council for Human Rights

The Czech Government approved the appointment of Hubert Smekal as a member of the Government Council for Human Rights. The Council is the advisory body...

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Publication success of Zdeněk Sychra

Zdeněk Sychra, along with Petr Kratochvíl from the Institute of International Relations, published a new article in the prestigious Journal of European...

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Yuliya Borshchevska and Peter Števkov defended their dissertations

The department is proud to announce that there are now two new graduates of the doctoral program in International Relations. Yuliya Borshevska defended...

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Maya Hadar Goldring at the University of Essex

Our colleague Maya Hadar Goldring is currently at the University of Essex where she teaches in a course focused on the nature and causes of armed...

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Sychra on democratic deficit and the Eurozone crisis

Zdeněk Sychra (along with Petr Kratochvíl) has recently published an article examining the impact of the Eurozone crisis on the EU's 'democratic deficit'....

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Tomáš Vlček at an expert workshop in London

Tomáš Vlček participated at an expert workshop titled "Nuclear energy trends: geopolitics, export drivers and governance norms" in London, UK on February...

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Osička co-authored a new study

Jan Osička, along with a PhD candidate Colin Kimbrell and a recent graduate of the Energy Security program Jitka Kuncová authored a new study titled Waste-to-Energy...

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8th Summer School on Energy Security is now open for applications

The Department of International Relations and European Studies, Faculty of Social Studies, Masaryk University together with our partners is happy to announce...

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Zdeněk Sychra & Petr Kratochvíl: “Euro or no Euro, that is the question”.

Zdeněk Sychra together with Petr Kratochvíl published a joint TEPSA policy brief: “Euro or no Euro, that is the question”.

The authors argue that the policy...

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Jana Urbanovská and Stanislava Brajerčíková at the workshop “The EU in international security after Brexit: New paths for Germany and Central-Eastern Europe?”

Jana Urbanovská and Stanislava Brajerčíková took part at the workshop “The EU in international security after Brexit: New paths for Germany and Central-Eastern...

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Smekal on judicial self-government

In the latest issue of the prestigious German Law Journal (http://www.germanlawjournal.com/), Hubert Smekal along with Nino Tsereteli published an article...

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Ringlerová on citizen´s support to the EU

Zuzana Ringlerová published an article titled "Generations and Stability of Support for the EU: An Analysis of Six-Wave Panel Data from The Netherlands"

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Sychra on direct democracy in the EU

Zdeněk Sychra, along with colleagues from the Insitute of International Relations in Prague, contributed to a new book titled "Direct Democracy in the...

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James Henderson on energy corporations

Last week, an already traditional guest to our department, James Henderson from the renowned Oxford Institute for Energy Studies, held a series of lectures...

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Martin Jirušek at the 9th Czech-Slovak discussion forum

Last Thursday, Martin Jirušek took part in the 9th Czech-Slovak Discussion Forum organised by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Czech Republic at...

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Professor Heininen on the Arctic Region

On Wednesday (November 21), we had the honor to welcome Professor Lassi Heininen from the University of Lapland and the International Institute for Applied...

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Jirušek Lectured in Budapest

Last week, Martin Jirušek lectured at the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences of the Pázmány Péter Catholic University in Budapest. In his lectures,...

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Padrtová on Arctic Narratives for China University of Political Science and Law Press

In recent years, the Arctic region has been attracting the attention of scholars around the world. The opening of the Arctic Ocean brings both, new opportunities...

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Vít Hloušek at our partners in Cracow and Utrecht

The end of October and the beginning of November was quite a hectic period for Vít. He participated at the conference “Imagine Europe” on 25 October which...

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Kaniok and Hloušek on the Brexit from the Czech perspective

In the last issue of the European Politics and Society journal, Petr Kaniok and Vít Hloušek published a paper titled Brexit outside of UK politics: the...

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