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PSSI at the Riga Summit Conferences

12.12.2006

On November 27-29, 2006, a selected group of young leaders met in Riga to share their views and offer their solutions to regional and global security problems.

The forum saw participation of more than 50 representatives of national and international NGOs, think-tanks, media, business and public sector in NATO member, partner and contact countries, who continued in discussions on issues earmarked in a preparatory Forum meeting in July, 2006: nation-building in Afghanistan, NATO’s Partnerships, NATO’s relationship with Russia, energy security, and NATO enlargement. PSSI Fellow Jan Havranek prepared and presented the proposals for discussion among the NATO enlargement group.

Recommendations on future NATO policies in the above areas were embodied in the Young Leaders Proposals and were presented to the NATO Secretary General Jaap de Hoop Scheffer on Tuesday, 28 November, 2006.

Download the Young Leaders Proposals

Young Leaders Forum Program

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PSSI is launching a new project focusing on China

17.05.2018

PSSI is pleased to announce the launch of its newest project - Comparative Analysis of the  Approach Towards China: V4+ and One Belt One Road (OBOR). China's charm offensive across the Visegrad region and the Balkans has been unprecedented ... more »

PSSI to hold a public lecture on space security (May 18, 2018)

10.05.2018

PSSI and Charles University’s Institute of Political Studies, in collaboration with the American Center, will hold a public lecture on space security.  Chief Strategy Officer of the European Space Agency (ESA) Kai-Uwe Schrogl ... more »

PSSI has launched a new project: "Western Balkans at the Crossroads: Assessing Non-Democratic External Influence Activities"

07.05.2018

The project will seek to identify, analyze and publicize Russian, Chinese, Turkish, and Gulf State influence activities and sharp power in the Balkans. PSSI will specifically focus on malign foreign influence in five post-Yugoslav and not-EU ... more »

Dr. Martina Šmuclerová Joins PSSI

04.05.2018

PSSI is pleased to announce that Dr. Martina Šmuclerová, a former diplomat and international lawyer at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Czech Republic, has joined the Institute as a Senior Fellow. Dr. Šmuclerová will ... more »

PSSI's Study Quoted in the Freedom House's Report On the State of Democracy in the Czech Republic

18.04.2018

Freedom House quoted our paper on Czech parliamentary elections in their Nations in Transit report. The Prague Security Studies Institute analyzed the way in which platforms disseminating disinformation referred to electoral campaign before ... more »

A Workshop on Youth Leadership Development Concluded the First Run of PSSI's Security Academy for Young Politicians

17.04.2018

The first run of PSSI's Security Academy for Young Politicians was concluded by a workshop on Youth Leadership Development organized in collaboration with National Democratic Institute - NDI. The workshop was led by Hannah Starman from Yes ... more »