Institute of Political Studies of FSS CU in cooperation with Association for International Affairs takes a great pleasure in inviting you to Dr. Marc Lantaigne`s lecture "A Sea of Discontent: China's Maritime Security and Regional Responses".The lecture (in English) will focus on current crisis over the Senkaku (Diaoyu) Islands, Chinese naval strategy and Sino-American relations. The event will take place on Friday 6th December at 10 AM at the faculty (Smetanovo nábřeží 6, Hollar building, room No. 212).
Please register for the event here.
Dr. Marc Lantaigne is a Senior Lecturer with the Department of Politics and International Relations, and a Director of Research at the New Zealand Contemporary China Research Center, Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand.
We would like to invite you to the Spring University Prague 2014 taking place at FSS CU from 6th to 17th April 2014.
Its topic is "East goes west – West goes east? Searching for a new European order after 1990”.
Spring University Prague study programme is internationally acknowledged and recognized, successful participants will be given 8 ECTS. For detailed information please see our official homepage or the leaflet.
The Fund for American Studies, one of Charles University's major partners, is pleased to announce its flagship program in Prague - the 2014 American Institute on Political and Economic Systems (AIPES).
The dates for AIPES 2014 will be from 12th July until 5th August. AIPES 2014 will expand on the successes of the summer of 2013 continuing to re-shape it's educational approach after the exciting new changes to AIPES 2013. AIPES will keep its expanded outreach into the Middle East and Western Europe as well as Central and Eastern Europe, Central Asia, and the United States. AIPES 2014 will continue with the new academic component implemented in 2013. These include core courses on the political economy of liberty, political science, and conflict management.
Charles University will award six ECTS credit hours (equal to 3 US credit hours) upon the student’s successful completion of AIPES 2014. The early deadline when applicants receive the highest priority is 31st January 2014. The final deadline to apply is 15th March 2014.
For more information on how to apply see the AIEPS flyer.
We are pleased to inform you that the Annual of Language & Politics and Politics of Identity is now included in the SCOPUS database! The journal is published by our Institute of Political Science.
We welcome paper submissions on a number of themes, including but not limited to language policy, identity construction, nationalism and nation building.
For more information please visit the journal´s website and see the attached Call for Papers.