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National Identity and Integrity in the Context of Democracy
Neudorflová, Marie
Democracy as a political system serving common good can be successfully established only in society with rooted identity, considerably integrated on a number of levels, advanced sufficiently to share values and practices realted to democracy. For that reason and on the basis of historical experience, a nation-state seems to be still the most suitable entity for establishing and maintaining a functional democracy. Entities less integrated face a number of extra problems when trying to maintain a democracy.
Entropic Degeneration of Democracy
Bernat, Lukáš ; Pavlík, Ján (advisor) ; Šalamon, Tomáš (referee)
Democracy is always included in the discourse ?ver the theme of freedom and it is almost always considered an integral part of social order. In this context, it is a balance between freedom and power. Such discourses, however, view democracy as a political ideal and the real applications often run into democratic influences and social barriers of degenerative nature. These barriers leave nothing but the torso under the formal guise of democratic principles. This thesis unravels the influences and barriers that interfere with the application of the ideal of democracy. In this context, the technological development with which the dynamics of both social and political order changes, cannot be ignored. Based on the pieces of information about what kind of threat the degenerative effects of democracy represent, the thesis searches for such attributes, on the basis of which it is possible to construct a model of the entropic degeneration of democracy.
Cambodia on its way to democracy
Gecelovská, Lucia ; Volenec, Otakar (advisor) ; Knotková, Vladimíra (referee)
The paper delas with the political development in Cambodia since it gained its independence until today. It introduces four authoritative regimes, which occured in the country until the end of the Cold war: Sihanouk's rule, Lon Nol's republic, Khmer Rouge revolution and the period of Vietnamese occupation and the government supported by the vietnamese communists. In the next part it deals with the UN mission called UNTAC, the aim of which was to settle down the conflict in the country and to accomplish the free and fair election. It countinues with the development in the 90-ties and in the new century. The paper finishes with the present situation and with the possible future development.
Accession of Turkey to the EU – economic and political aspects
Wurstová, Tereza ; Černá, Iveta (advisor) ; Taušer, Josef (referee)
The aim of this thesis is to evaluate Turkey as a potential EU member. My thesis is divided into four main parts. The first chapter describes the basic geographic information about Turkey, the main historical and political milestones and the importance of the position within the whole region. The second chapter deals with the development of relations between Turkey and the EU and describes the customs union. The third chapter assesses the current economic situation in the country. The last chapter concentrates on the political aspects of accession - the respect for democracy, minorities' status, the Cyprus issue and the impact of a possible accession of Turkey into EU.
ISLAM AND DEMOCRACY
Lahovský, Radek ; Volenec, Otakar (advisor) ; Kochan, Jan (referee)
This paper deals with compatibility of islam and democratic values. The main goal is to analyze compatibility of islam and democratic values. But it also deals with current policy of conservative elites and possibility to import democracy to muslim countries through hard power.
Ten years of governance of Hugo Chavez
Galová, Veronika ; Němec, Jan (advisor) ; Nachtigallová, Mariana (referee)
The thesis describes the governance of Hugo Chavez in ten years period and compares it with the period which preceded his arrival. It focuses on institutional changes, changes in economic and social policy and foreign policy, particularly in the South American region itself. The thesis is describes process of consolidation of democracy in Venezuela since 1958, and changes that occured after the arrival of a man who was a few years ago a participant of attempts to topple the former government. The main subject of analysis of the thesis is the phenomenon of social and political polarization, the implementation of elements of participatory democracy and oil industry. The work points to changes from the neo-liberal state to the social state.
Turkey as a candidate for membership of EU (with special regard on fulfilment of the Copenhagen criteria in political domain)
Jelínková, Anna ; Stuchlíková, Zuzana (advisor) ; Šaroch, Stanislav (referee)
This thesis analyses the Turkish Republic with a view to its possible membership in European Union. The first section focuses on advantages and disadvantages resulting from this membership. Next section summarizes the degree of fulfilment of the political criteria of the Copenhagen criteria. The chapter is focusing principally on the level of democracy, complying with the human right and the rights of minorities. The dispute about splitted Cyprus is also mentioned.
Reconstruction of Iraq
Strnadová, Tereza ; Lipka, David (advisor) ; Minárik, Pavol (referee)
The objective of this thesis is to find out an answer for question why the reconstruction of Iraq is unsuccessful. There are mentioned previous regimes as initial conditions for the process. Firstly thesis concerns with democratization of Iraq, which is the main sense of reconstruction. Its pitfalls and whether it can be applied in Iraq. Secondly it describes barriers of reconstruction. Thirdly it points out mistakes which were made during the reconstruction. Findings answer the main question. Thesis concludes some recommendation which can lead to success of this process.
Political and economic aspects of potential EU membership of the Republic of Turkey
Harvišová, Simona ; Bič, Josef (advisor) ; Popovová, Marie (referee)
The aim of the thesis is to analyse the Republic of Turkey and to evaluate the fulfillment of the necessary criteria for EU-access reached by Turkey. I am focusing on pros and cons of the accession. In the beginning, I mention the development of Turkey-EU relationship from historic point of view. Consequently, I evaluate readiness and awareness of Turkey upon geographical, economic and political conditions, taking into account level of democracy in the country, influence of religion, power of army and the conflict between Cyprus and Turkey. In the last part options of possible membership (considering opinions of certain member countries)are introduced.
Democracy and its prospects in developing countries
Matějková, Tereza ; Volenec, Otakar (advisor) ; Kochan, Jan (referee)
The diploma thesis examines prospects of democracy in developing countries. The first part deals with the notion democracy, ways of its measuring and its conditions. The second part introduces democratization processes during the twentieth century. Next chapters outline contemporary situation in three developing continents -- Latin America, Africa and Asia. Final part summarizes prospects of democracy in today's world.

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