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.
PSSI, in cooperation with Masaryk University in Brno and American Center in Prague, will organize a lecutre and discussion entitled Can the United States Become Energy Self-Sufficient? The lecture will be given by Dr. Earl H. Fry, Professor ... more »
PSSI's Washington Andrew K. Davenport made an interesting parallel between recent developments in Ukraine and nuclear deal with Iran. Why should Iranian leadership learn from raised (and later dashed) expectations of frustrated people in Ukraine? ... more »
Many of our alumni, part of PSSI’s extended family, include Ukrainians that may have been wounded at the Independence Square and throughout the country. PSSI is deeply concerned about the recent developments in Ukraine and hope that our students ... more »
Would you like to study Master in International Security Studies in Prague? Deadline for applying to Master in International Security Studies taught in English at Charles University in Prague, Faculty of Social Sciences, is on April 30, 2014.
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PSSI' intensive educational course on energy security started today. In the coming days, 16 students will be listening to lectures given by leading Czech and world experts on topics such as the future of shale gas and nuclear energy, the role ... more »
Are you interested in Energy Security? Our partner Masaryk Universtiy in Brno has just opened call for application to the fall semester of its Masters Energy Security Studies Program. FInd out more here.... more »
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