We are porud to anounce, that we have started a new YouTube channel where you will be able to find videos about us, our poeple and our research.
We are happy to anounce, that we have three new members in our team!
As you may have already noticed, we have three new junior researchers.
Our new external collaborator Ekaterina Ananyeva has written the fourth of our policy briefs. The title is "One Belt One Road Versus the Eurasian Economic Union," and you can now find it in the Policy Briefs section on our website as well as in the Institute of International Relations Prague's Mezinárodní Politika.
On November 1, 2018, the Great Meeting Hall of the Karolinum building hosted a seminar “Korean Peninsula – Pathways to Peace and Security.”
The speakers discussed the recent developments and future directions of the process of denuclearization and establishing stable peace of the Korean peninsula.
► Ideal applicant should be either Bachelor or Master student in Social Sciences and Humanities
► The program is to run from November to January 2019 and can be prolonged if possible
► The intern is expected to work 25 hours per week
► Tasks of the intern:
Analyzing several Frozen Conflicts with close guidance of the research team
Learning and supporting the team in the build-up of a website featuring the results of the Frozen Conflict project
Learning and maintaining the database on frozen conflicts and creating visualizations
Encouraged to conduct own academic research supported by the research team
In case of interest, please submit your application to firstname.lastname@example.org until the 28th of October
to learn more about the internship
The Peace Research Center Prague and the Embassy of the Republic of Korea to the Czech Republic cordially invite you to the seminar “Korean Peninsula – Pathways to Peace and Security”, which will take place on Thursday, 1st November 2018, from 09:30 to 13:00 at Charles University – Karolinum building, Ovocný trh 560/5, Praha 1.
The seminar will provide an excellent opportunity to discuss the recent developments and future directions of the process of denuclearization and establishing stable peace of the Korean peninsula.
We look forward to welcoming you.
Should you wish to attend, please RSVP to email@example.com
Please note the event capacity is limited.
Our researcher Jan Ludvik has published (online first) a new article "Closing the Window of Vulnerability: Nuclear Proliferation and Conventional Retaliation" in the Security Studies journal.
Have a look at it at https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/09636412.2018.1508635
Last week, we held an initial meeting with our group of interns for the summer academic internships in the Frozen Conflicts team.
We introduce you our new policy brief series written by our researchers and discussing current topics. You can now find them in the Policy Briefs section on our website.
We also established cooperation with the Institute of International Relations Prague's Mezinárodní Politika, where you will be able to read our Policy Briefs as well.
The first policy brief we present is Harald Müller's position on the U.S. decision to leave the Iran deal.
We offer summer academic internships for students in the Frozen Conflicts team!
Are you a Bachelor or Master student in Social Sciences and Humanities? We might be looking for you!