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25 Years of Czech and Slovak Foreign Policy

Supported by: Heinrich Boell Stiftung

Project span: May – October 2017

Project team: Grigorij Mesežnikov (leader of the Slovak part of the project, co-editor), Martin Bútora (author), Zora Bútorová (professional and language cooperation), external authors.

Co-operating organizations: Association for International Affairs (AMO)

Objective: The aim of the joint Czech-Slovak project of IVO, AMO and HBS is to prepare and publish a book on the formation and performance of foreign policy in two successor states after Czechoslovakia since 1993, its individual aspects and the factors that currently affect it. The book will contain chapters based on subjective authors' perspectives, based on professional knowledge and personal experience of authors (political scientists, sociologists, journalists, essayist, and writers).

Activities and outputs:


Book publication


Public presentations of the publication in Slovakia

 



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