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Analysis of the security situation in the European Union for the past 15 years
The aim of this thesis is to analyze the changes in security for the EU over the p?ast 15 years from the perspective of de facto deeds, various strata of the population, and experts. The thesis also considers the influence of other states on EU citizens and evaluation of changes in political argumentation. The method of text analysis was used to achieve this goal; looking at the literature of renowned experts, the analysis of European legislation, and the annual reports of EUROPOL. This thesis contributes to the body of knowledge that examines how the attacks of September 11, 2001, have changed the current state of security measures in the EU. The work provides a chronological view of the period under review. The work also views the time since 2001 as a struggle with the external enemy. Through this evaluation, it is revealed that the enemy is not just external but also internal, as seen in the British attack on London in 2005. After 2010, criminals have increased threats to information and technology. At this time the EU is beginning to face its democratic principles and despite simpler ways to repress crime, these are unacceptable because of the EU's strict human rights principles. The principles (human rights) are emphasized in every document; however, criminals do not respect these principles. The evaluation suggests that the terrorist attacks happening today are occuring more frequently on local citizens. The lone wolf, an Islamic state-motivated individual who uses a simple but effective means, such as car bombings, are happening more often. There is a migration crisis that is exploited by populist groups for their own benefit. The misinformation is used to influence EU public opinion. The EU is facing the simultaneous challenges of combating hybrid threats, threat of misinformation, and terrorism. The EU must convince its own citizens that it is not enemy #1; however, that is very difficult as every mistake is exaggerated and emphasized by the enemy.
EU linguistic regime in practise: comparison of availability of documents in Czech, French and English language on the website of the Translation Centre for the bodies of the EU
VUONG, Vy Linh
The topic of this bachelor thesis is the EU linguistic regime in practice: comparison of availability of documents in Czech, French and English languages on the website of the CdT. (Translation Centre for the Bodies of the European Union) The theoretical part describes the institutional system of the European Union and the position of the CdT in it. Afterwards, it concentrates on the Translation Centre for the Bodies of the European Union in terms of its history, formation and operation. The practical part is based on the analysis of the website structure of the Translation Centre for the Bodies of the European Union and subsequently on the comparison of the availability of documents in Czech, French and English languages. This analysis is then evaluated in the conclusion. In the complete conclusion of the practical part, a trilingual glossary of terms related to translation is drawn up.
The Comparison of the economical situation of France and the Czech Republic based on macroeconomic indicators and their position within the Europe Union.
The aim of this bachelor thesis is to compare the economic situation of France and the Czech Republic. There were selected macroeconomic indicators which can help with this comparison. This comparison respects the development of these indicators during the time. The aim is to present the economic situation in France and in the Czech Republic with using the macroeconomic indicators. It is important to concentrate on the changes in the both countries over the time. After that, there will be presenting the facts which allow the creation of thic comparison. Because both the countries are the member countries of the Europe Union, the secondary objective is to show theirs different influences and activities in this complex.
Porovnání přístupu k bioplynovým stanicím v ČR a vybraných státech EU.
FIKAR, Miloslav
This diploma thesis focuses on biogas stations used in agriculture. The thesis is divided into two parts - the literary research and the practical part. The first part of the thesis introduces the overall description of the biogas, its production, definition, and use. Moreover, the input and output raw materials of a biogas station are described. Subsequently, the operation and the chronological procedure used during the biogas production and resulting electricity in biogas station are introduced. The practical part of the thesis focuses on the actual situation in Europe and the development of both, the biogas stations' construction and the production of electricity from biomass. This part also analyses preferred raw materials of selected countries of the EU. Electrical capacity (IEC) and a particular state subsidy policy are also mentioned in the thesis. The research also includes particular examples of a good attitude and use of biogas stations in practice. In detail, the thesis deals with how these topics are dealt with in selected countries. In the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Germany, and Poland. In conclusion, according to the ascertain data, the overall summary and prognosis for the future are introduced.
Economic Integration of European Union and Latin America
My diploma thesis is focused on economic integration between European Union and Southern Common Market, Mercosur. The aim of my thesis is to analyze current relationship between those two parties, compare their treaties and discuss the pros and cons of Association Agreement between EU and Mercosur. The work is divided into two parts - theoretical and practical. In the theoretical part, there are defined basic terms, such as integration, common market, free trade area, custom union and so on. Treaties that led to the establishing of EU and Mercosur are described as well. In practical part there is analysis of current relationship between EU and Mercosur. Furthermore, there is comparison of treaties of both parties, their similarities and differences. Lastly, SWOT analysis of Association Agreement was conducted and discussed.
Value Added Tax in the European Union
This thesis focuses on the topic of VAT in EU member states. The aim is to specify groups of member states in accordance to the significance of VAT in national tax systems and to identify factors, which may affect the grouping process. The hierarchical method of cluster analysis based on the 1995, 2002, 2009 and 2017 data is used for sorting states into similarity-based groups. Macroeconomic indicators characterizing VAT are chosen for cluster analysis: VAT per capita, VAT share of GDP, VAT share of total tax revenues, Standard rate and Average reduced rate. Development of cluster structure during the period discovers an increasing number of states separated into one-member clusters for their remarkable dissimilarity. It also indicates, that member states classification as OMS or NMS still remains a significant factor of the clustering process. So-called old and new member states seem to appear together in one cluster rarely. Testing of hypothesis of VAT convergence concerning 28 EU member states during 1995-2017 (in the field of chosen variables) is another sub-target of this paper. Via application of basic statistics on timeline data, and especially evaluation of coefficient of variation development, the hypothesis of VAT convergence in the EU during years 1995-2017 is proven.
Czech republic in international comparison (selected indicators) - 2018
Odbor informačních služeb
Mezinárodní srovnání České republiky s ostatními zeměmi, zejména pak se státy Evropské unie. Nabízí široké spektrum údajů z mnoha oblastí statistiky, zahrnuje např. informace o obyvatelstvu, trhu práce, životní úrovni, národních účtech, financích, cenách, průmyslu, zahraničním obchodě, službách a životním prostředí.
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EU legislative process during and after Brexit.
The aim of this thesis is description of the EU legal process during and after Brexit. The thesis includes description of functioning of European Union institutions. Also, there is a description of the legislative process, a description of the course of the referendum on Brexit and a summary of the impacts, especially the economic ones. One of main themes of the practical part is the analysis of changes that will occur in institutions after the departure of Great Britain - what will be the new composition and what specific changes will happen here. In the practical part, the research question was set: How will the failure of the British mandate influence the course of voting in the EU Council? For finding answer on the research question, was made an analysis of legal acts which was approved by the ordinary legislative procedure 2014-2018. There is a special focus on the UK position during the vote analysis. The analysis is based on data that comes from the EU portal, which allows access to EU law - Data was collected and divided by reference years and by the country's position.
Position of the Czech labor market within the EU - 3rd quarter 2018
Oddělení informačních služeb ; Český statistický úřad
Analýza zaměstnanosti a nezaměstnanosti v České republice v porovnání s ostatními zeměmi EU.
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Position of the Czech labor market within the EU - 2nd quarter 2018
Oddělení informačních služeb ; Český statistický úřad
Analýza zaměstnanosti a nezaměstnanosti v České republice v porovnání s ostatními zeměmi EU.
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