PSSI Summer School entitled "NATO' s Security Challenges" started today in Merin, Czech Republic. Among the speakers on the first day were Roger W. Robinson, Jr., PSSI's Co-founer and Chairman; Jan Havranek, Director of the Policy Planning at the Czech MoD; Petr Lunak, Deputy Head, Engagements Section, NATO' s Public Diplomacy Division and Jiri Schneider, First Deputy Minister, Czech MFA. This summer school is attended by 22 students from NATO's member and partner countries. For updates from our summer school, please check our facebook page.
Are you interested in our activities? PSSI has just released its recent update for autumn 2014. You can find information and links to some of our activities in recent months: Rountable on ISIS, Special Alumni Guest Lecture, IRSEC Hub, Security Sector ... more »
Are you interested in international relations and security affairs? Would you like to study from the comfort of your sofa? PSSI has gathered a series of lectures and uploaded them to e-learning platform SlidesLive.
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New semester of the Robinson-Martin Security Scholars Program began yesterday, October 1, 2014. The two-semester RMSSP comprises of serious of lectures and seminars led by distinguished policy practicioners from Czech Republic and abroad.
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PSSI is among institutional partners of CEPA’s U.S.-Central Europe Strategy Forum, which will be held on October 2 in Washington, D.C. This year’s conference carries the title of ‘Reviving Atlanticism in Central Europe: Perils and Possibilities‘.
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As part of its Alumni Program, PSSI organized first Alumni Guest Lecture in cafe Literarni Kavarna in Prague on September 16, 2014. The lecture and discussion was led by Dr. Amin Tarzi, Director of Middle East Studies at the U.S. Marine Corps ... more »
On September 11, PSSI's senior fellow Jiří Schneider attended a conference "Strengthening Czech - U.S. Strategic Relations: A Roadmap for the Future" organized by Cevro Institute in Prague. Mr. Schneider appeared on panel "Between Prague and Washington: ... more »
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