Dear colleagues, friends and supporters of AMO, we are glad to invite you to the presentation of the Agenda for Czech Foreign Policy 2015.
“The year 2014 was one of the most dramatic years in international politics since the end of the Cold War and it became patently clear that the idea that major international issues did not concern the Czech Republic was a delusion. Russia’s aggressive policy leading to the annexation of Crimea and the asymmetric war in eastern Ukraine, together with the rise of the Islamic State and the record waves of refugees at EU borders, meant that the main challenges for Czech society were no longer merely economic prosperity or the fight against corruption. As Minister Zaorálek aptly put it, the hour of diplomacy had arrived, and the future of Czech society was closely tied to foreign policy.”
– Agenda for Czech Foreign Policy 2015
New Agenda for Czech Foreign Policy 2015 will be published on Monday, March 23. You are cordially invited to its public presentation that will host Petr Drulák and Jiří Schneider who will offer their insights. Each year, AMO evaluates the Czech foreign policy and formulates policy recommendations for the future. The previous books are available here.
Presentation of the Agenda for Czech Foreign Policy 2015
Vít Dostál, Director of AMO Research Center
Jakub Eberle, AMO Research Fellow
Petr Drulák, Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Czech Republic
Jiří Schneider, Former Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Czech Republic
Time and venue:
Monday, March 23, 2015, 17:00
Era svět, Jungmannovo náměstí 767, Prague 1
Czech (a publication available in English though)
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