PSSI organized a roundtable discussion with Professor Barry Rubin, Director of Global Research in International Affairs (GLORIA) Center. The topic of his speech was How the Arab spring of 2011 is translating into a new regional line-up and set of crisis for 2012. Professor Rubin explained his view on the new geopolitical reality at the Middle East following the changes in Egypt, Libya, Tunisia and deteriorating relations between Israel and Turkey. He pointed out that the major threat facing the Middle East today is a growing influence of radical Islamism, which is probably going to become a dominant ideology in Egypt. He also criticized the behavior of the Western countries, especially the USA under Obama administration, which spent most of their political capital on appeasing the radicals, instead of cooperating and supporting the moderate countries in the region. Professor Rubin also stressed that the best protection against radicalism is traditional Islam promoted by the monarchies.
NATO SUMMER SCHOOL 2017 13th Annual PSSI Summer School, in cooperation with NATO Public Diplomacy Division and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Czech Republic. “NATO in the Age of Hybrid Warfare“ July 9-15, 2017 (Měřín, ... more »
On April 5, PSSI and CEID co-organized a closed-door roundtable that presented preliminary findings from two ongoing projects – “The Development of Economic Relations Between V4 and Russia: Before and After Ukraine” and “Raising ... more »
On March 22, 2017, PSSI held its fourth Space Security Conference, in partnership with the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) in Washington D.C. The conference, entitled "Space Security: Issues for the New U.S. ... more »
The Prague Security Studies Institute (PSSI) contributed to the EU Non-Proliferation and Disarmament eLearning Course prepared by the EU Non-Proliferation Consortium and funded by the European Union. In 15 different learning units, participants can be ... more »
On March 28, RMSSP students welcomed Ondřej Horváth, a security expert of the leading Czech humanitarian organization People in Need. The deliberation started with the presentation of mechanisms assessing security threats of ... more »
On March 16–17 PSSI, in cooperation with its Serbian partner ISAC Fund held a conference "Civilians in Multilateral Missions" at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Czech Republic. The conference was a key event within the ... more »
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