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The African Union counter-terrorism strategy
Saidlová, Anna ; Rolenc, Jan Martin (advisor) ; Druláková, Radka (referee)
Terrorism does not respect any geographic boundaries and terrorist organizations often operate in more than one country at the same time. Therefore, there is an effort of states to coordinate the fight against terrorism within international organizations. African states are no exception to it. Terrorist activity on the African continent has been increasing recently and even the largest regional organization in Africa, the African Union, has been devoted to counter-terrorism. The main topic of this Bachelor thesis is the Counter-terrorism strategy of the African Union. The main aim of this Bachelor thesis is to analyze the African Union Counter-terrorism strategy and provide the reader with possible solutions of its drawbacks.
Economic limitations of state capitalism and their impact on international politics of superpowers
Stehlíková, Jana ; Hnát, Pavel (advisor) ; Druláková, Radka (referee)
State capitalism is an economic model implemented by the Chinese government to enhance inner economic growth without losing control over the domestic market. Chinese economic boom, which provided China with superpower status, might lead to inaccurate conclusions about the efficiency of the model. This diploma thesis analyses the economic limitations of state capitalism in China, their impacts on the Chinese superpower status, and Chinese response to possible reduction of its economic hard and soft power.
Angela Merkel's foreign policy towards Turkey in the context of the migration crisis
Böhmová, Magdalena ; Rolenc, Jan Martin (advisor) ; Druláková, Radka (referee)
This bachelor thesis deals with German-Turkish relations in the past years from the economic, politic and cultural perspective. Furthermore, it describes Angela Merkel's foreign policy towards Turkey from the moment she became chancellor until the point before the breakout of the migration crisis. It continues by mapping the actions taken by Germany and EU in order to handle the crisis and concludes, how or if the chancellor's policy making towards Turkey changed due to the migration crisis beginning in 2015.
American foreign policy towards selected Middle East countries during the administration of G. W. Bush and B. Obama
Krempaská, Michaela ; Druláková, Radka (advisor) ; Havlová, Radka (referee)
This thesis deals with George W. Bush's and Barack Obama's foreign policy towards selected countries of the Greater Middle East. The aim of my thesis was to determine whether George W. Bush's and Barack Obama's foreign policy was influenced by different theoretical movements (neoconservatism and liberalism) and whether these former presidents of the United States chose different or similiar approach towads Afghanistan, Iraq and Iran. The first chapter characterizes neoconservatism and liberalism and deals in more detail with the principles of these theoretical movements (the next chapters analyzes whether these principles were implemented in George W. Bush's and Barack Obama's foreign policy towards selected countries of the Middle East region). The last chapter compares George W. Bush's and Barack Obama's foreign policy towards Afghanistan, Iraq and Iran.
Acquisition of Citizenship by Foreigners - Comparison of the Czech Republic and the Slovak Republic
Mikulenková, Monika ; Druláková, Radka (advisor) ; Býčková, Iveta (referee)
This bachelor thesis deals with acquisition of citizenship by foreigners in conditions of the Czech and Slovak Republics and comparison of approaches of both countries. The main emphasis is put on individual differences in the development and current state of legislation concerning citizenship, approach to dual citizenship, conditions and the process of acquiring citizenship by foreigners.
Role OSN v prevenci a řešení mezinárodních konfliktů: Případová studie bývalé Jugoslávie a Sierry Leone
Schmidtová, Veronika ; Druláková, Radka (advisor) ; Stejskalová, Kristýna (referee)
The aim of the Masters Thesis is to analyze the role of the United Nations in conflict prevention and resolution. The theoretical framework lists a set of tools that should be followed in order to achieve a success in UN peacekeeping operations. Based on the list of the tools the Masters Thesis continues with two case studies. The case study of Former Yugoslavia and its peacekeeping operation UNPROFOR is considered to be one of the biggest failures of the UN peacekeeping. In contrary, the case study of Sierra Leoneans peacekeeping operation UNAMSIL then represents a successful UN peacekeeping operation. The Masters Thesis is concluded by a comparative analysis of these two case studies which evaluates the development and the implementation of these tools in each of the case studies. The analysis brings the answer to the research question which asks why some UN peacekeeping operations are successful whereas others completely fail.
The sources of thoughts of the Czechoslovak foreign policy after 1989
Česenková, Adéla ; Druláková, Radka (advisor) ; Jeřábek, Petr (referee)
The bachelor thesis explores the sources of thoughts of the Czechoslovak foreign policy after 1989. The first aim of the thesis is to formulate general principles that laid foundations for the foreign policy planning. This is achieved by analysing the ideas of the three principal foreign policy representatives in the years from 1989 to 1992: president Václav Havel, minister of foreing affairs Jiří Dienstbier and prime minister Marián Čalfa. The second aim of the thesis is based on the analysis of the goals of the foreign policy after 1989 that captures the implementation of the respresentatives' sources of thoughts into the foreign policy planning and potential deflections from the original thoughts. In conclusion, majority of the principles formulated on the basis of a synthesis of the representatives' sources of thoughts influenced the foreign policy planning. Some deflections concerning the security cooperation in Europe were noticed.
Social rights of migrating citizens of the European union
Muschaliková, Dominika ; Druláková, Radka (advisor) ; Zemanová, Štěpánka (referee)
The topic of this bachelor thesis are the social rights of migrating habitants of the European union. Sufficient social security is considered a vital part of European politics and has a high priority among the overall goals of European Union. This thesis tries to find the value of the social security policy, it contains the elementary overview of social legislature regulation (mainly the EU regulation 883/2014). It also identifies the most important changes and tendencies in the area of social law. Furthermore, it researches the positive and negative effects of the current policy on migrating citizens, with special attention to the challenges that this policy has to face. This thesis includes schemes that try to depict this problematic in a more comprehensible manner.
Propaganda and Communication of the Islamic State
Slachová, Ivana ; Druláková, Radka (advisor) ; Rolenc, Jan Martin (referee)
The thesis concentrates on propaganda from the theoretical point of view that is later applied to the example of the Islamic state. The aim of the thesis is to analyze propaganda of the Islamic State between the years 2006-2016. This period is divided into three spells. The first chapter defines propaganda, its´ tools, targets and pillars. The second chapter focuses on the Islamic state and its´ ideology and the media it uses to spread its´ propaganda. Foreign fighters are a frequent target of the propaganda, therefore, the third chapter focuses on them and the process of their radicalisation. The final chapter applies the theory of propaganda to the Islamic State and identifies the tools and pillars of propaganda in all three time spells.
Activities of international non-governmental organizations fighting corruption. Case study of Slovak Republic.
Kožíšková, Mária ; Vymětal, Petr (advisor) ; Druláková, Radka (referee)
Bachelor thesis focuses on activities of international non-governmental anti-corruption organizations in Slovakia. Corruption is a current problem in many parts of the world which could endanger democracy and economic development of countries. Its solution is therefore crucial for international subjects not only at governmental, but also at non-governmental level. Thesis is divided into three chapters. The first chapter is dealing with definition and types of corruption, examining its causes and consequences. The second chapter includes characterization of international organizations and anti-corruption conventions. The last chapter is dealing with specific initiatives of non-governmental anti-corruption organizations and Slovak anti-corruption policy.

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