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The aims and objectives of the European Union information policy (with a focus on librarianship in the institutional structure of the European Union)
Fryščáková, Soňa ; Vlasák, Rudolf (advisor) ; Pessrová, Hana (referee) ; Papík, Richard (referee)
Mgr. Soňa Fryščáková The aims and objectives of the European Union information policy (with a focus on librarianship in the institutional structure of the European Union) (dissertation thesis) (Směřování a cíle informační politiky Evropské unie (se zaměřením na knihovnictví v rámci institucionální struktury Evropské unie) Abstract This thesis is focused on the analysis of the selected libraries (and the other information services) of the European Union Institution, in particular the analysis of their current situation with an aim to address a proposal for their further development. The proposal points out problematic areas within the libraries' operation and prepares suggestions to the program goals of the information policy of the libraries of EU Institutions. The first part is devoted to the EU information policy in general and presents the development of the information society in the context of the European Union. The next section describes the information services of the EU Institutions. Specifically, those are libraries of selected EU institutions and also the Historical Archives of the European Union and the professional association of European libraries Eurolib. The last part deals with analysis of the information strategy of the EU institutions and with the solution that represent program aims of...
Promoting Czech Priorities in Eastern Partnership: Three Czech Presidencies
Franěk, Robert ; Váška, Jan (advisor) ; Najšlová, Lucia (referee)
The thesis "Promoting Czech Priorities in Eastern Partnership" deals with Czech policy towards six states of Eastern Europe and Southern Caucasus during three presidencies: in Visegrad Group in years 2007/2008 and 2011/2012 and in the Council of EU in 2009. These periods were chosen, because Czech Republic had the biggest opportunity to influence the project in them. Based on the analysis of presidency programms and evaluation of agenda, the thesis tries to assess, if was Czech Republic successful in promoting its foreign policy priorities in the project during the presidencies. First chapters of the thesis are dedicated to history of Czech relations with the region of Eastern Europe and to description of Eastern Partnership project. The other three chapters are case studies of particular presidencies. After all, the thesis concludes, that despite the fact, that Czech Republic successfully included its priorities in presidency programms and agenda, it was not able to promote them on the EU level because of lack of political interest and experience.
European directive on nuclear safety: Council decision making in 2004, 2009 and 2014
Kulda, Tomáš ; Weiss, Tomáš (advisor) ; Tomalová, Eliška (referee)
Even though nuclear energy was one the first areas in which European countries started integrating their policies through the European Atomic Energy Community (Euratom), the question of nuclear installations safety was only addressed by the EU in the context of the impending enlargement of the Union in 2004. In 2003, the European Commission submitted the first-ever proposal for a European directive on nuclear safety. However, the Council rejected it the following year, opening a five-year-long debate leading to the drafting of a new directive proposal, which was subsequently adopted in 2009. Only two years later, in the wake of the 2011 Fukushima disaster, amending this directive became necessary. Discussions resulted in adopting the amended legislation in the summer of 2014. This master's thesis analyses the main factors influencing the Council's decision-making on either rejecting or adopting the proposed directives in 2004, 2009 and 2014. The analysis is based on the following five scope conditions supposed to lead to integration acceptance by EU member states, as defined by authors Manuele Citi and Martin Rhodes: policy failure and availability of a successful alternative, external influence emanating from foreign countries hardly manageable by the individual states, functional interdependence...
Swedish presidencies of the Council of the European Union
Rosová, Lýdia ; Rolenc, Jan Martin (advisor) ; Druláková, Radka (referee)
This bachelor thesis compares two Swedish presidencies of the Council of the European Union. The first part focuses on the analysis of them. It mentions priorities, objectives and implemented measures. The next section evaluates the overall success of both presidencies from the perspective of authors, who were concerned with this topic and also explains the reasons behind the achievements or failures. The core of the thesis is the comparison of the analysed presidency periods. The attention is focused on the differences in the attitude to the institute of presidency, in priorities and in approach to them. Reasons of the differences are explained as well. At the same time, the thesis shows, which options a medium-sized Eurosceptic country in charge of the European Union has.
German presidency of the Council of the European Union
Novotný, Ondřej ; Sršeň, Radim (advisor) ; Dubský, Zbyněk (referee)
The Bachelor thesis deals with German presidency of the Council of the European Union after the end of the Cold War. The aim is to characterize the development of German European policy during this period and to determine the role of the institute of presidency for its largest member. The first chapter defines the EU from various theoretical approaches, especially from the perspective of realism and idealism. It also characterizes the formation, functions and objectives of the institute of presidency and discusses the issue of position of large and smaller states. The second chapter describes the objectives, progress and results of all three of the German presidencies (1994, 1999 and 2007), based on which is in the third chapter carried out their comparison and analysis of German European policy changes. In the last chapter, I evaluate and analyze the role of Germany in the EU Council and on that basis I propose some steps that Germany could take in the next presidency. The author concludes that a big state like Germany is able (unlike smaller states) to advance it's own interests also without the institute of EU presidency, but even so, this institution represents for this big state an important instrument for promoting various policies.
Pilsen 2015
The bachelor thesis deals with the title ?European Capital of Culture?, which is awarded annually by the Council of the European Union to selected European cities. Title history and first cities gained the title are mentioned. An important criterion is the European and Czech legislation and how to select the winning cities. Attention is then paid to the statutory city of Plzen - European Capital of Culture for 2015 and to all the important aspects which are related to the title.
The development of competencies and relations between the European Commission, the European Parliament and the Council of the European Union
Kiš Bandiová, Alexandra ; Bič, Josef (advisor) ; Karpová, Eva (referee)
This thesis focuses on the competencies and relations between the EU institutions. The first part outlines the historical development of the European Parliament, the Council of the European Union and the European Commission on the background of important documents and treaties defining their predecessors. The next section focuses on the Lisbon Treaty dealing with reforms introduced into the institucional framework and covers in detail the operation and characteristics of the institutions. The third part describes the cooperation of Parliament, Council and Commission in practice giving the example of budget process.
The Czech EU Council Presidency – priorities in justice and home affairs issues
Dimitrova, Velislava ; Druláková, Radka (advisor) ; Dubský, Zbyněk (referee)
This work is devided into 5 main parts. The first two parts, about the European union and the Czech EU Council Presidency, cover the main information about the European union functioning and Council Presidency system and includes both, concrete information about the Czecch Council Presidency and key information, which are necessary to understand following parts of that work. The second part of the work deal with the priorities in justice and home affairs issues within the European union and monitor their progress in the last years, but mainly during the Czech Council Presidency in 2009.
Czech Presidency of the European Union and the Solving the Financial Crisis
Rozumová, Andrea ; Petrášek, František (advisor) ; Ševčíková, Michaela (referee)
This work is focused on the issue of the Czech Presidency of the European Union. It deals with the main priorities of the Czech Republic in this function. The priorities in dealing with global financial crisis are the heart of the work. Despite that the actions relating to the financial crisis have already been taken in the EU, there is still a risk of a slowdown in economic growth. The aim of the project is to analyze the ways in which the Czech Republic, as presiding state, will deal with a slowdown or even a decline in economic growth in European region and with the main steps leading to the recovery of financial markets and EU economy. There are specified macroeconomic and structural policies leading to strengthen growth potential of the country. In conclusion, there is evaluated present development in solving the financial crisis and outlined the trend for further development in Europe.
The presidency of the Council of the European Union. Comparison of Czech and French presidency.
Salajková, Linda ; Klíma, Michal (advisor) ; Faturová, Marie (referee)
The presidency of the Council of the European Union is a prestigious institute, who applies administrative, representative and political functions. This thesis should define the Council and its presidency and propose some theoretical hypothesis about the presidency of large and middle-sized countries. The practical comparison use as an example France and Czech republic. These two countries have ensured their presidencies successively recently. The main goal is to point out the measure of influence of political systems, duration of the membership, roles of personalities and above all size of the country.

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