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EU Transport policy: Case study of conflict resolution on SESAR example
Poslušná, Kristýna ; Němcová, Ingeborg (advisor) ; Vošta, Milan (referee)
This thesis is analysing the negotiation process on the occasion of the Czech presidency in 2009, by example of SESAR: Air Traffic Management (ATM) Master Plan. Shortly, it also describes theoretical background of the thesis: air transport, Air Traffic Management and EU Transport policy.
The Slovak Presidency of the Council of the European Union - the priorities of the Presidency
Kuderjavá, Alexandra ; Neumann, Pavel (advisor) ; Antal, Jarolím (referee)
The thesis deals with the priorities of the Slovak Presidency of the Council of the European Union in the context of the challenges at the current period. The emphasis is placed on a sustainable asylum and migration policy and a single internal market. The thesis is devoted to the challenges that not only the Slovak Presidency but also the whole European Union had to face, based on the comparisons of the events since 2014, when the migration crisis became widely discussed in public sector.
Analysis of the presidency of Czech Republic in Council of the European union in 2009.
Hejnová, Aneta ; Doležal, Tomáš (advisor) ; Dubský, Zbyněk (referee)
This bachelor' s thesis titled Analysis of the presidency of Czech Republic in Council of the European union in 2009 deals with the analysis of the presidency from the perspective of the concept of small states using the following criteria: setting and achieving the program's priorities, technocratic and administrative mastery of presidency, dealing with unexpected crises and last but not least media evaluation of the presidency. The aim of the thesis is to determine whether the Czech Republic, as a small and newly arrived state, has been able to fulfil all the expectations of the presiding country, moreover, if it has taken advantage of the opportunities offered by the presidency to the small countries.
Communication and media aspect of Slovak presidency in the Council of the European Union
Tvrdoňová, Zuzana ; Peterková, Jana (advisor) ; Rolenc, Jan Martin (referee)
This bachelor thesis focuses on communication and media factor of Slovak presidency in the Council of the European Union which took place in the second half of 2017. The aim of the thesis is to approach communication and media aspect in detail, review Slovak organisational and presentation ambitions and provide a perception of Slovakia in this role. The thesis partly deals with public diplomacy of Slovak Republic. It concerns branding strategy adopted before the presidency was held in order to improve image of the country abroad. The accomplished presentation results are evaluated at the end, as well as the communication with domestic and foreign media.
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.
French-Czech Relationships after the French Presidency of the Council of the EU (2009-2013)
Čapková, Zuzana ; Tomalová, Eliška (advisor) ; Matějka, Ondřej (referee)
The diploma thesis "The French-Czech relations after the French EU Presidency (2009- 2013)" examines the relations between France and the Czech Republic during five years after the French presidency of the European Union in the second half of 2008, which was replaced by the Czech Presidency in the first half of 2009. It is evident that bilateral relations between Member States are influenced by their membership in the EU. The aim of this work is to find out whether we can observe a similar process in the opposite direction, that is, whether bilateral cooperation between France and the Czech Republic contributes to the Europeanisation of relations in the fields of foreign policy, defense and security, justice and home affairs, transport, environment, trade and economic relations, culture, science and education. The work is divided into two main parts. After a theoretical and methodological introduction, the first one treats the evolution of the French-Czech relations in the 20th and 21st century, the largest part of the work is the analysis of key areas derived from the text of Strategic Partnership established in 2008. In the final chapter, the author tries to generalize the Europeanisation of bilateral relations between these two EU Member States with regard to the importance of bilateral and...
Change of the Presidency's Role after the Lisbon Treaty on the example of Spain and Belgium
Grulichová, Zuzana ; Perottino, Michel (advisor) ; Tomalová, Eliška (referee)
The Lisbon Treaty has made significant changes to the institutional functioning of the whole system of the European Union. Most notably, it has constituted a non-rotating long-term Presidency for the European Council and Foreign Affairs Council. Before the Lisbon Treaty, the Member State of the European Union presided over all Council constellations, including the European Council, for a six-month term. These changes certainly contributed to the solution of some issues (for instance continuity issues), on the other hand these changes affected in some ways the performance of the rotating Presidency. I focus on these changes to the institutional form of the Presidency and on the effects these changes had on the Presidency's performance in its functions, namely the negotiation and external representation. I draw on the experience of the first two post-Lisbon Presidencies, Spanish and Belgian one. My aim is to examine the changing role of the Presidency in these functions. I explore the role of the Presidency before and during negotiations of the founding Treaties of the European Union and its role after the reforms introduced by the Lisbon Treaty. Mainly, I focus on examining the relationship between the rotating Presidency and newly-established permanent Presidency of the European Council and High...
Europeanization of the Czech Foreign policy and the impact of the Presidency in the Council of the EU: The case of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict
Pelc, Martin ; Rovná, Lenka (advisor) ; Debnárová, Ľubica (referee)
This diploma thesis applies the theoretical concept of Europeanization on a research of the Czech foreign policy and its changes in relation to the presidency of the EU Council. As a case study, it analyses different Czech and EU's positions towards the Israeli-Palestinian conflict and then by comparison of both levels it determines the misfit between Czech and the EU's policies in the mentioned agenda. From historical point of view and from contemporary perspective as well, the Czech Republic is famous for very pro-Israeli attitudes. On the other hand, the EU is significantly focused on supporting of the Palestinians and building the Palestinian state. The research is divided into three periods: before the Czech Presidency of the EU in the years 2004-2008, during the Czech Presidency and then after the presidency until the end of 2010. The aim of the research is to evaluate changes of the misfit between the Czech domestic attitudes and the EU's positions by the example of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict's issues and then to find out whether the Czech foreign policy has been europeanized during the studied period. The main question of the thesis asks whether the Presidency of the EU Council has an impact on longer-term Europeanization of domestic foreign policy. The thesis has proved that the...
Nicolas Sarkozy s reflection in the of ČTK in a period of Czech European Union Presidency
Tvarohová, Jana ; Trunečková, Ludmila (advisor) ; Šmíd, Milan (referee)
Bachelor's thesis Nicolas Sarkozy's reflection in the news of ČTK in a period of Czech European Union Presidency pursues French president Nicolas Sarkozy's activities in a period of Czech Presidency from 1st January to 30th June 2009. The Czech Republic was the second post-communist country after Slovenia which was the leader of the European Union so our Presidency received much interest. At the beginning, the Czech Republic as well as its Presidency was in a shadow of France which led the European Union before and its President Nicolas Sarkozy whose Presidency was very ambitious and dynamic. The aim of this thesis was to find out, how the news corresponded with Sarkozy's qualitites. Whether the news corresponded and Nicolas Sarkozy was really portrayed as the hyperactive and tireless politician, or his picture was the different, and the news of ČTK did not correspond with his characteristic properties. The second part of the thesis was a quantitative analysis of all news which in the text news of ČTK about Nicolas Sarkozy issued in the pursued period, and the detailed analysis of their metadata. These are always for clarity put and summarized in the tables. In some cases, I used graphs for better visibility. More detailed graphs of the quantity of news issued for each month are listed in the annexe.
Activity of the Parliament during the Presidency of EU Council: Study 1.173
Částek, Michal ; Medková, Eva ; Němec, Jan ; Pecháček, Štěpán
Hlavním cílem studie je představit způsob zapojení čtyř národních parlamentů do projednávání agendy Evropské unie a jejich participace na přípravách a realizaci předsednictví dotyčných zemí v Radě EU. Práce si také klade za cíl poukázat na možnosti zapojení národních parlamentů do rozhodovacích postupů Evropské unie a také na rostoucí možnosti parlamentní diplomacie a zapojování parlamentů do mezinárodněpolitických otázek. Pro naši studii jsme vybrali čtyři země, resp. národní parlamenty (Finsko, Itálie, Nizozemsko, Rakousko), které vykonávaly předsednictví v posledních letech (popř. se na předsednictví aktivně připravují - Finsko). S výjimkou Itálie se jedná o členské státy se srovnatelnou velikostí s ČR a zkušenosti jejich národních parlamentů poskytují vhodnou inspiraci pro zapojení českého parlamentu do předsednictví v Radě EU. Poslední část studie se věnuje současnému zapojení Parlamentu České republiky, s důrazem na Poslaneckou sněmovnu, do projednávání agendy Evropské unie a možnostem zapojení českého parlamentu do předsednictví ČR v EU.
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