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.
Prague Security Studies Institute, in cooperation with the Bookstore Книгарня "Є" Харків, would like to invite you to a public discussion and presentation by Ivana Smolenova, Fellow and Program Manager at the Prague Security ... more »
On Tuesday evening, Robinson-Martin Security Scholars students gathered to discuss the security policy and foreign strategy of the Czech Republic with a long-time diplomat Tomáš Szunyog, who currently serves as Director of Security Policy ... more »
Between Oct. 11-14, a number of Czech experts held a series of discussions in Uzhgorod with Ukrainian counterparts about the role of communication between civil society and police. During the meetings members of the patrol police were provided with instruments ... more »
With the U.S. election less than a month away, this year's RMSSP students (Robinson-Martin Security Scholars Program) had an opportunity to talk to journalist Dan Anýž, who has an extensive experience in covering the U.S. politics, currently ... more »
On September 27, an international conference was held in Kiev within the project framework "(Cyber) Securing Ukrainian Energy Infrastructure." PSSI is a project partner in this endeavour, which seeks to identify the needs and gaps in Ukraine’s ... more »
PSSI held the first lecture of a two-semester Robinson-Martin Security Scholars Program (RMSSP) 2016/2017. This year's kick-off was delivered by Pavel Fischer, who is currently the Director of the STEM Institute for public opinion survey and analysis. ... more »
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