A slender majority of Russians hold a positive view of Germans, while a similar number holds a neutral or slightly positive view of Poles, according to results of an Institute for Public Affairs study.
The study reviews the ways in which the EU provides support and cooperates with civil society in its neighbourhood, in light of recent EU statements and proposals, reports from CSOs, and developments in in the Eastern and Southern neighbourhoods.
The main goal of this publication is to analyse the state of cyber security in Visegrad Group countries and to present recommendations contributing to its strengthening.
This BCSP paper provides examples for the application of gender analysis in the security sector: when creating and reforming policies, formulating and revising legislation, planning services, and planning and implementing projects.
The ICHD paper is based on the opinions passed by the participants of the discussion “Syria: Regional Context and Issues of Armenians.” The roundtable discussion was attended by independent analysts, government officials, and representatives of international organizations.
While there is no doubt that Germany is recognised as a key player in the European arena by the Czech political class, acceptance of German leadership varies – it is welcomed, accepted, contested, seen as inevitable, and viewed with suspicion and caution, according to this analysis by David Král of the EUROPEUM Institute for European Policy in Prague.
This paper investigates the dynamics of visa issuance rates to Belarusians and visa parameters in the consulates of Schengen countries in 2007–2011.