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:
First is Ekaterina Ananyeva, who is the author of our fourth PRCP Policy Brief. She is a Ph.D. student at the Institute of political studies, Charles University and an adjunct lecturer at Anglo-American University in Prague.
At PRCP, she is part of the research group focused on Power Shifts and World Order and in her research, she focuses on Russian foreign policy, rising powers, global governance, multilateral institutions, and content analysis.
Second, Ondřej Rosendorf is a Ph.D. student at the Institue of Political Studies, Faculty of Social Sciences, Charles University.
At PRCP, he is a junior researcher, part of the research group focused on Arms control, Nuclear Non-Proliferation, and Disarmament and in his research, he focuses on regulation of emerging technologies (autonomous weapon systems and military robotics), arms trade, preventive arms control, international institutions and cooperation, great power competition, and the Asia-Pacific.
And finally, Nina Špitálníková is a student of the Oral History and Contemporary History at Charles University and she is a specialist in North Korean studies.
At Peace Research Center Prague, she is a junior researcher, part of two of our research groups: Frozen conflicts, and Arms control, Nuclear Non-Proliferation, and Disarmament and in her research, she focuses on North Korean propaganda system, personality cult of Kim's family and history of the DPRK.