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.
For the 10th consecutive year, Prague Security Studies Institute (PSSI) together with NATO Public Diplomacy Division has joined their modest forces to organize Summer School of 2014 entitled - “NATO´S SECURITY CHALLENGES“. The Summer School was ... more »
The Interagency Civilian-Military Training (ICMT) is a two-week course organized for the third consecutive year by the Czech Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the Prague Security Institute (PSSI) and the Vyškov Military Academy. The course is divided ... more »
PSSI, together with the Foundation for Strategic Research (FRS), a think-tank based in Paris, coorganized Awareness-building session on the Hague Code of Conduct on June 04 in Prague.
This one-day seminar brought together a range of governmental, ... more »
On June 02, 2014, Interagency Civilian-Military Training (ICMT) at the Diplomatic Academy of the Czech Ministry of Foreign Affairs started.
ICMT is a two-week course for Czech and foreign civilian experts and those interested in participating ... more »
PSSI's Senior Fellow and Director of Special Projects Jiri Schneider have commented on recent EU election for CEPI. CEPI asked three regional experts what the election results mean for the EU and Central Europe. The article includes opinions ... more »
You can read PSSI's Jiri Schneider analyses of the recent European Elections for Aktualne.cz
In his article, Mr. Schneider brings attention to weakening position of traditional political parties, changing moods of Europeans and the possible ... more »
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