As an educational, research and analytical public policy Institution, PSSI is committed to enriching – and shaping – the Transatlantic security policy debate, especially in more underdeveloped issue portfolios, like the Economic and Financial (E&F) Threat Domain and Space Security, areas in which PSSI enjoys a global leadership position in the NGO community. The Institute also has a long history of tracking several regional security issues.
Accordingly, we have decided to provide periodically one- to two- page “PSSI Perspectives” on select security-related topics, including breaking developments affecting Czech and regional security, Chinese and Russian business transactions or projects of strategic and/or security concern, and the attraction of U.S. and European capital and investments by corporate “bad actors” of adversary states.
- PSSI Perspective #14: Imposing Capital Market Sanctions Against Chinese and Russian Enterprises Poised to Underwrite the Taliban
- PSSI Perspective #11 - Biden Administration Opts To Sustain and Strenghten Trump-era Capital Markets Sanctions on Chinese Corporate Bad Actors
- PSSI Perspective #9 - Czech-Russian Crisis: High Time to Leave Moscow's International Investment Bank
- PSSI Perspectives #6 - Why Reputation Matters? Disinformation, Online Advertisement and Private Companies.
- PSSI Perspectives #5 - Why Ant Technology Group Became a Chinese Communist Party Target and Why Its IPO Still Matters