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FDP in the Party System of the Federal Republic of Germany from the 1950s to the 1980s
Pokorný, Ladislav ; Jeřábek, Martin (advisor) ; Brunclík, Miloš (referee)
The aim of the bachelor thesis is to document the development of the party system in the Federal Republic of Germany from the 1950s to the 1980s, focusing on finding and determining the position of the Freie Demokratische Partei within the party system of Germany in the defined period. In this thesis, the author refers to theories of party systems, primarily the works of the French political scientist Jean Blondel and his two-and-a-half party system. The thesis also includes works of party typology by other prominent party system theorists Maurice Duverger and Giovanni Sartori. The historical and political development in Germany is also charted. The author also reports on the contemporary political system in Germany. The thesis further charts the historical and political development of Germany. He also briefly introduces the current political system of Germany. As a key element, the Freie Demokratische Partei, its formation and its active chronological role within the government coalitions of the period are presented. The electoral periods concerned in the Federal Republic of Germany and the electoral gains of the main electoral groups are described. The author concludes by demonstrating that the FDP is a party within the German political system that fulfils the criteria of Blondel's two-and-a-half...
The European Court of Justice as an actor in European Integration
Pauk, David ; Martinková, Viera (advisor) ; Jeřábek, Martin (referee)
This bachelor thesis deals with the role of the Court of Justice of the European Union in the process of European integration. The aim of the thesis is to find out whether the Court of Justice acts as a political actor in its decision-making. The research has been carried out by means of a case study method of selected judgments of the Court of Justice of the European Union. The selected judgments concern the institution of EU citizenship, which was introduced into the political and legal space of the European Union by the Maastricht Treaty. The developed definitional criteria of a political actor, based on the works of political scientists and lawyers engaged in the study of European integration, were applied to the selected judgments. It was found that in most cases the Court does not behave as a political actor and, if it does, it usually pursues certain legitimate objectives with its decisions.
Comparison of Approaches of Eastern Partnership in the Cases of Ukraine and Georgia.
Kerbach, Jiří ; Jeřábek, Martin (advisor) ; Földes, Kristián (referee)
The diploma thesis Comparison of Eastern Partnership Approaches in the Cases of Ukraine and Georgia aims to reveal similarities and differences in the Eastern Partnership policies in the monitored countries. The basis of the comparative case study is therefore the analysis of two state actors. Methodologically, the work is based on Foreign Policy Analysis, which covers a wide range of political actors and factors that affect the foreign policy of states. The theoretical concept that will support the analyzed results will be the Theory of Rational Choice, which was chosen for the appropriate defensibility of the steps and attitudes of individual actors. As a second theory is used social construction of European identity, which is aimed mainly on cultural and ideological factors. Before writing the diploma thesis, the following hypothesis was established: Within the Eastern Partnership exist differences in the intensity in sectors of cooperation between Ukraine and Georgia. Based on this hypothesis, a research question will be answered: Exist differences between the sectors of cooperation carried out within the Eastern Partnership between Ukraine and Georgia? The following findings answer this question. The main differences between Ukraine's and Georgia's foreign policy towards the European Union are...
Spanish International Trade Policy under Francisco Franco's Regime
Sharabati, Abdel Fattah ; Kučerová, Irah (advisor) ; Jeřábek, Martin (referee)
This diploma thesis deals with the trade policy of Spain in relation to other countries during the reign of the Spanish dictator Francisco Franco. It analyzes the changes in the position of strategic partners for Spain between 1936-1975, i.e., during the Franco era. The main variable in this process should be the change of the international political scene from the turbulent 1930s, through the Second World War, to the post-war period, i.e., the Cold War and the division of the world into "East" and "West" and the period of decolonization. Although General Franco's government could be described as totalitarian or clerical-fascist and suppressing any liberal- democratic tendencies on the domestic scene, especially in international politics, Franco was able to move very deftly and get the most out of most political negotiations with foreign partners for Spain. Therefore, even the Spaniards themselves are very contradictory in their assessment of the period of his reign. In analyzing Spain's developments on the international stage, many of the variables that have influenced Spain's direction, both directly and indirectly, must be taken into account. Among these variables we can include, for example, various contracts, agreements, but also sanctions or embargoes.
Determining the influence on trust in society in West and East Germany: historical institutional differences, shock of reunification, or shock of the aftermath?
Montanaro, Magdalena ; Semerák, Vilém (advisor) ; Jeřábek, Martin (referee)
The aim of this thesis is to determine the strongest factor influencing the difference in trust levels in East and West Germany, and to explore the extent of influence institutions have on societal values using Germany as a natural experiment. The three main factors which literature hypothesize include historical institutional differences, shock of reunification, and shock of the aftermath of reunification. The common belief following reunification of Germany is that Communism affected East Germany's values including trust, while the other two hypotheses grew in popularity in more recent years. The objective of this thesis is fulfilled through the survey of relevant literature on trust in Germany, finding that the shock of the aftermath of unification is the strongest explanation for lower trust levels in Germany. Key Words: reunification, Germany, trust
Germany's European Policy during the eurozone crisis (2009-2015). Reflection on German domestic politics.
Štěpánek, Tadeáš ; Jeřábek, Martin (advisor) ; Karlas, Jan (referee)
This bachelor Thesis deals with the german domestic politics during the euro crisis. It specifically focuses on political parties and their steps during the crisis. It further addresses german institutions and the federal parliament elections. The aim of this work is to answer the question, to what extent was the german domestic politics politicized. Firstly, I discuss the development of german integration policy, as well as german relationship to the euro. Furthermore, there is an introduction of crucial concepts, that influence integration policy, such as ordoliberalism. In this work, I used the one case study method. There is provided an analysis of press releases of german institutions and it also analyzes the statements of the main representatives of those institutions. This work also analyzes the elections results during the crisis or the economical situation of the country.
Development (building) procedure and environmental protection
Jeřábek, Martin ; Franková, Martina (advisor) ; Humlíčková, Petra (referee)
- 1 - Abstract The theme of the thesis is "Development (building) procedure and environmental protection". Between the aims of this theses belongs analysis of the construction proceeding according to Building act, further especially evaluation of contemporary legal adjustment environmental protection with connection to construction proceeding and disquisition about main instruments in environmental protection. The thesis deals with environmental impact assessment procedure, objections of the participants in construction proceeding, public participation in contruction proceeding and binding standpoints. The thesis is systematically composed of three chapters. The first chapter focuses on legal adjustment and main principles of environmental protection. Chapter two describes object, subjects and particular phases of construction proceeding foccused on building authority activities. The third chapter deals with particular instruments of environmental protection in construction proceeding. Finally, the thesis comprises a summary of contained conclusions.
Political parties as one of the democracy-guarantees in the Federal Republic of Germany
Berger, Vojtěch ; Mrklas, Ladislav (advisor) ; Jeřábek, Martin (referee)
This thesis aims to describe the consolidation process of democracy in West Germany by the example of the political parties. Firstly, it analyses historical reasons for the negative approach towards the parties in the German area and compares how two different law- and constitutional systems, the Weimar Republic and the Federal Republic of Germany, were dealing with the political parties. The main focus is put on the parties' role in the current German society and on the parties' influence on the democracy-durability in Germany. Special attention is paid to two aspects - financing of the parties and political education. The final part of the thesis summarizes arguments, which confirm the positive tribute of the parties to the German democracy. Powered by TCPDF (
Citizenship of the European Union: rights of EU citizens and its impact on the legal order of the Czech Republic
Růžek, Lukáš ; Jeřábek, Martin (advisor) ; Šlosarčík, Ivo (referee)
This diploma thesis explores content, purpose and impact of citizenship of the European Union. The European Union is an international organization that affects day-to-day lives of citizens of its Member States. From the beginning of its existence, the European Union (formerly the European Community) has always taken into consideration the interests of its Member States. As it has accrued more power while widening and broadening its competencies, it has made it possible for the European Union to tackle new problems. Eventually, in order to reduce democratic deficit participation of individual citizens became inevitable for the purpose of creation of a genuine link between individuals and the European Union, which helps to ensure its proper governance. Although some rights linked with citizenship had been already incorporated into the law of the European Union, citizenship of the European Union was embedded into the primary law of the European Union by the Maastricht Treaty. Entering into force on 1 November 1993, this represented a milestone for the quality of the relationship between the European Union and citizens of its Member States. Citizenship of the European Union, which is a citizenship sui generis, is characterised by its accessority and additionality to the citizenship of a Member State....

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