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Programme: International Area Studies


Topic: Influences of Czechoslovakia and the local Communist Party towards Italian Communists in the 60th-90th years


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Programme: International Area Studies


Topic: The Changing Role of State in International Relations: Under Pressure by Emerging Threats of Cyber Space


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Programme: International Area Studies


Studied Politology and European studies, as well as International Development Studies at the Palacký University in Olomouc. Her professional interests include international security and conflict resolution. As part of her doctoral research she focuses on stabilization of conflict regions.


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Programme: International Area Studies


As part of her doctoral research, Jana focuses on de-radicalization of islamist extremists on the territories of selected Western European states.




Programme: Modern History


Topic: Colonial policy of Salazar's regime in the Portuguese India in the years 1930-1961: Propaganda vs. Reality.





Programme: International Area Studies


Topic: Regional secessionism in the European Union (with particular interest in the Nordic region - Aland and Faroese Islands)






Martin Michelot is the director of the Global Europe program at the EUROPEUM Institute for European Policy and a nonresident fellow at  the Paris office of German Marshall Fund of the United States. He specializes in transatlantic security policy and the developments in the field of NATO and CSDP, with a particular focus on Central European cooperation and French foreign policy; U.S. domestic and foreign politicy; and the studies of think tanks. He is a graduate of Sciences Po Lyon. He was selected by the Atlantic Council in 2014 as one of the 15 Emerging Leaders. Michelot is a regular contributor to various news outlets on the topic of French and European defense policy and transatlantic relations, and has been quoted in The New York Times, The Washington Post, US News and World Report, and other international outlets.

External PhD candidates

Programme: International Area Studies

In her doctoral research, she Adela focuses on the influence of europeanization on political actors in Italy.

Courses


Programme: International Area Studies

Topic: European Neighbourhood Policy: Concepts, Challenges, Perspectives (case studies of Spain, Italy, Slovakia and the Czech Republic)



Programme: International Area Studies

Topic: Erosion of regional policy, example of the rise of British National Party in years 2001 to 2009 in the UK

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Programme: International Area Studies


Jan Hauser is a director of EU Funds at the Prague City Hall. In his research he focuses on University policies and the Bologna Process. Jan formerly worked at Monash University in Melbourne, Australia, and the University of Glasgow, Great Britain.


Topic: Effect of the Bologna process on national university policies

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Programme: International Area Studies

Topic: European Parliament and negotiations about EU external action instruments in the financial perspective 2014-2020: post-Lisbon development towards a slightly increased EP





PhD Candidates

Full-time PhD candidates


Programme: International Area Studies


Topic: Influences of Czechoslovakia and the local Communist Party towards Italian Communists in the 60th-90th years


Courses


Programme: International Area Studies


Topic: The Changing Role of State in International Relations: Under Pressure by Emerging Threats of Cyber Space


Courses


Programme: International Area Studies


Studied Politology and European studies, as well as International Development Studies at the Palacký University in Olomouc. Her professional interests include international security and conflict resolution. As part of her doctoral research she focuses on stabilization of conflict regions.


Courses


Programme: International Area Studies


As part of her doctoral research, Jana focuses on de-radicalization of islamist extremists on the territories of selected Western European states.




Programme: Modern History


Topic: Colonial policy of Salazar's regime in the Portuguese India in the years 1930-1961: Propaganda vs. Reality.





Programme: International Area Studies


Topic: Regional secessionism in the European Union (with particular interest in the Nordic region - Aland and Faroese Islands)






Martin Michelot is the director of the Global Europe program at the EUROPEUM Institute for European Policy and a nonresident fellow at  the Paris office of German Marshall Fund of the United States. He specializes in transatlantic security policy and the developments in the field of NATO and CSDP, with a particular focus on Central European cooperation and French foreign policy; U.S. domestic and foreign politicy; and the studies of think tanks. He is a graduate of Sciences Po Lyon. He was selected by the Atlantic Council in 2014 as one of the 15 Emerging Leaders. Michelot is a regular contributor to various news outlets on the topic of French and European defense policy and transatlantic relations, and has been quoted in The New York Times, The Washington Post, US News and World Report, and other international outlets.

External PhD candidates

Programme: International Area Studies

In her doctoral research, she Adela focuses on the influence of europeanization on political actors in Italy.

Courses


Programme: International Area Studies

Topic: European Neighbourhood Policy: Concepts, Challenges, Perspectives (case studies of Spain, Italy, Slovakia and the Czech Republic)



Programme: International Area Studies

Topic: Erosion of regional policy, example of the rise of British National Party in years 2001 to 2009 in the UK

Courses


Programme: International Area Studies


Jan Hauser is a director of EU Funds at the Prague City Hall. In his research he focuses on University policies and the Bologna Process. Jan formerly worked at Monash University in Melbourne, Australia, and the University of Glasgow, Great Britain.


Topic: Effect of the Bologna process on national university policies

Courses


Programme: International Area Studies

Topic: European Parliament and negotiations about EU external action instruments in the financial perspective 2014-2020: post-Lisbon development towards a slightly increased EP