Regional Security Program
In addition to its core programmes, PSSI aims to identify and analyze relevant foreign policy and security-related issues that will increasingly affect and influence the transatlantic security policy community. These challenges involve considerably more than the traditional political-military agenda that dominated the previous century. Less visible and unconventional methods of conflict are coming to the fore, including sophisticated cyber attacks, and so-called “hybrid warfare” (which has governed Russia’s multi-pronged campaign against Ukraine).
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PSSI has conducted and prepared numerous events, conference-sized gatherings and publications on a range of issues relevant to this new generation of transatlantic security ties and the current security environment (e.g energy and business security, the future mandate of NATO, threats to the security of the Middle East and Central and Eastern Europe, heightened tensions in the Asia-Pacific region etc.). This track record has helped the Institute to become even more focused and selective concerning how it will deploy our resources and long institutional policy-level experience. PSSI continues to provide transitional assistance in the area of security sector reform in Ukraine.
With its primary focus on organizing prestigious international conferences, roundtables, workshops and cooperative research initiatives, we seek to create unique regional venues to bring together high-level decision-makers, opinion and business leaders, and experts from Central and Eastern European countries that would, in many cases, not be exposed to one another under normal professional circumstances.
PSSI does not seek to replicate the kind of issue coverage accomplished by larger public policy institutions, but aims at concentrating on niche issues off the beaten path in the security portfolio, like space security, cyber security and economic and financial statecraft. Given its distinguished track record of over a dozen years, the Institute remains confident that it can deliver genuine educational value to its audiences, often concerning breaking events, as well as the global security policy community.
- Interagency Civilian-Military Training (ICMT)
- Fifteen Years of Czech Presence in Civilian Missions
- Analýza Debaty o Výstavbě Jaderné Elektrárny Dukovany v Roce 2018
- Foreign Affairs & Security Analysis: NEWSROOM PERSPECTIVE
- Raising Awareness of Russian Soft Power in Central Europe
- Economic Relations Between the Visegrad Countries and Russia: Before and After Ukraine
- National Security Aspects of Projects for New Nuclear Powe Plants
- Initiative to Raise Awareness About Pro-Russian Disinformation
- European Elections 2019
- Czech Senate Elections 2018
- Czech Presidential Election 2018
- Czech Parliamentary Election 2017
- Czech Election in the Era of Disinformation
- Disinformation debate: Who are the people spreading disinformation?
- Disinformation debate: How to stay immune during the infodemic?
- Disinformation debate: Who and why (doesn’t) advertises on the websites spreading disinformation?
- Enhancing Accountability and Transparency of Security Forces in Ukraine
- 2nd Online Debate: What is ‘malign’ about external influence in the Western Balkans?
- 1st Online Debate: Pleading for European integration, but welcoming non-European influence?
- Civil Society as an Important Partner of the Police and Citizens
- Security Sector Reform in Ukraine
- IRSEC HUB