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Europeanization of selected non-governmental organizations dealing with integration policy
Kučerová, Aneta ; Šlosarčík, Ivo (advisor) ; Kasáková, Zuzana (referee)
This diploma thesis examines the Europeanization of selected Czech non-governmental organizations that are dealing with integration policy. The issue of non-state actors and their Europeanisation requires special attention in view of the fact that it is linked to the participation of civil society in the European area, which offers non-governmental organizations new opportunities and resources that can further shape them. The thesis examines Europeanization in three types of cooperation - in financial resources, the involvement of organizations in European networks and in expert resources. The core of this research was the question of the extent to which we can talk about the Europeanization of financial resources and/or the internationalization of expertise among the surveyed actors. At both of these levels, the European Union has proved to be an important source of funding as well as a political arena where new ties can be established between like-minded actors. However, contrary to the financial cooperation, cooperation in sharing expertise was not found in all organizations that were examined. The internationalization of expertise, and thus the sharing of information and know-how between Czech and European organizations, is more widespread among those entities that deal with European affairs...
Croatia-Slovenia Border Dispute in the Bay of Piran and Reasons of Reaction of both parties to final award of International Arbitration
Lipská, Jana ; Šlosarčík, Ivo (advisor) ; Šístek, František (referee)
This text presents progression of Slovenia-Croatia border dispute in the Bay of Piran and narrates the question of Slovenian junction to high seas. The dispute which escalated with the breakup of Yugoslavia in the early 1990s is one of many similar disputes that has the war in the Balkans caused. Therefore, the text presents the historical progression of the dispute and its solutions. However, none of those attempts of solution were successful and the dispute remained unsolved for more than twenty years until the parties finally agreed to international arbitration. The international arbitration of Permanent Court of Arbitration in Haag between 2012 - 2017 was the last attempt of solution by third party. This text reconstructs the arbitration and analysis reaction of both sides to the Final Award of the Tribunal and its process. Important part of the whole conflict as well as for this thesis is unilateral termination of Croatia from the arbitration due to the presence of wire-tapes which delivered the conversation between Slovenia's government representatives and Slovenian member of the Tribunal. The thesis presents the circumstances of those wire-tapes and reactions of both parties. The thesis contrasts the political arguments and the international law. It also answers the question why Croatia has...
Analysis of the Position of the Czech Republic Concerning the Revision of Posted Workers Directive 1996/71/EC
Bein, Nikola ; Šlosarčík, Ivo (advisor) ; Tomalová, Eliška (referee)
This thesis focuses on the position of the Czech Republic towards the proposal of the revision of the Posting of Workers Directive, which was introduced by the European Commission in March 2016. Although the Czech Republic's statement was negative in March 2016, the Czech position supported the proposal during final voting in the Council in June 2018. The thesis aims at identifying causes of the position change using the Advocacy Coalition Framework and at confirming the main proposition, that change of the position may be explained by an existence of advocacy coalitions which tried to enforce their beliefs. The thesis concludes that the main proposition may be confirmed only partially. Although the existence of two advocacy coalitions with opposing beliefs was identified, it is not possible to claim absolutely that this is the true reason of the change. Two hypothesis were defined. First one is based on existence of the external sources whose presesnce was confirmed, as well as their dominant influence on the change. Therefore, this hypothesis was confirmed. The second hypothesis was disproved. The second coalition was much weaker and rather passive than the first one, so there was no need to overcome the "hurting stalemate" situation at the national level. The change was not absolute. It should...
Three years after the Brexit referendum: Analysis of the "Leave EU" and the "People's Vote" Twitter accounts
Chvála, David ; Kasáková, Zuzana (advisor) ; Šlosarčík, Ivo (referee)
This Diploma Thesis, called Three years after the Brexit referendum: Analysis of the "Leave EU" and the "People's Vote" Twitter accounts examines communication of two Twitter accounts of the interest groups Leave.EU and People's Vote. Through quantitative content analysis, the thesis analyses the communication of both accounts, agenda setting and framing of content. The goal of this thesis is to examine the behaviour and profiling of both accounts and to find out to what extent is the content created based on reactions of the followers and how is this content framed.

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