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German far-right terrorism
Štekl, Jakub ; Charvát, Jan (advisor) ; Brunclík, Miloš (referee)
This thesis focuses on the issue of far-right lone-wolf terrorism in Germany. Lone-wolf terrorism - terrorism perpetrated by individuals, who display no ties to terrorist organizations - is a concept, which is skeptically accepted by many scholars. The main issue with this concept is the emphasis of the "lone" part, especially during the preparation and the attack itself. Scholars, who refuse this concept claim, that in every case, the attacker is a member of a larger group - it can be either ideology-based or it can provide material assistance. Furthermore, lone- wolf terrorism is primarily associated with religious terrorism, probably because of the activities of Islamic state in recent years. However, this thesis approaches lone-wolf terrorism as relevant concept, which refers to a security threat, that is represented by radicalized and hard- to-detect individuals. The thesis focuses on three cases of far-right terrorism in Germany, which were committed by an attacker, that operated alone - Munich shooting (July 2016), Halle synagogue attack (October 2019), and Hanau shooting (February 2020). German society provided significant space for radicalization and spread of far-right ideology, especially because of its friendly politics after the outbreak of refugee crisis. Regarding the cases, the main...
Militant Democracy in the Czech Republic and its Limits
Vardanyan, Robert ; Charvát, Jan (advisor) ; Salamon, Janusz (referee)
The subject of this bachelor's thesis is the concept of militant democracy. The general part of the thesis presents selected theoretical approaches to the conceptualization of militant democracy. Consequently, the special part of the thesis deals with the militant democracy from the perspective of the Czech political and legal system, whereby the contextual associations and connotations arising under international law and law of the EU are taken into consideration. Furthermore, the thesis indicates the connections between the concept of militant democracy in association with the differentiation of procedural and material (substantive) conception of democracy. The thesis also presents the test of proportionality as a general juristic instrument for the scrutiny of the proportionality of fundamental human rights and liberties encroachments. The final part of the thesis presents a typology of instruments utilized within the concept of militant democracy, whereby selected instruments restricting constitutionally guaranteed fundamental rights and freedoms are examined specially in more depth; these selected instruments include restrictions on the freedom of expression, right of association and right of assembly. The right to resistance is also briefly explained. All parts of the thesis are...

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