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Cross-border cooperation of the Czech Republic, the Federal Republic of Germany and the Republic of Poland within the Euroregion Neisse - Nisa - Nysa
Janoušek, Hynek ; Jeřábek, Martin (advisor) ; Průdková, Karolína (referee)
This bachelor thesis deals on the problematics of Euroregions with Czech participation. The theoretical part discusses the emergence of Euroregions, their functions, internal mechanisms and functioning. Euroregions are an essential part of the cross-border cooperation, which they influence primarily through projects funded by European Union funds. These projects aim to strengthen cross-border cooperation between individual municipalities and cities, together with other entities. The thesis explains more details about mentioned projects - the description of concrete projects, funding and the actual realization. The practical part is devoted to the application of data to one specific Euroregion, Euroregion Neisse-Nisa-Nysa. Euroregion Neisse-Nisa-Nysa is an appropriate example for the explanation of the actual function of Euroregions. Data from the theoretical part are applied to that to provide a complete picture. Furthermore, the practical part mentions specific projects which were subsidized through the Euroregion Neisse-Nisa-Nysa to explain the functioning of Euroregions and their members in practice.
The impact of national identity on Czech position towards European integration
Kim, Min Sun ; Martinková, Viera (advisor) ; Jeřábek, Martin (referee)
The Czech Republic has been regarded as a little troublemaker of the EU due to its Eurosceptic stances. This phenomenon was distinct in the 2000s regardless of the state's position, whether it was just an EU candidate or already a member state. Around the time, President Vacláv Klaus and his political party (ODS), as Czech leadership, contributed to promoting the Eurosceptic governments towards the EU. It could be seen as strange that such a trait was revealed both in the midst of preparations to join the EU and after its accession when it is the proper time to present a cooperative attitude. Thus, this thesis speculates that the skeptical national identity of the Czech Republic has been constructed throughout history, particularly about 450 years from the Bohemia Kingdom to Czechoslovakia (1525~1971), and affected then Czech domestic politics to formulate the official Eurosceptic positions towards the several EU integration matters (constitutional, security, and monetary integrations). In this context, this master's thesis aims to find an objective correlation that Czech identity had an influence on then Czech Euroscepticism. This way, this thesis expects to advance knowledge concerning Czech identity and its relevance to European politics.
Germany's foreign policy. Is Federal Republic of Germany still a "civilian power"?
Janardhan, Bindu ; Jeřábek, Martin (advisor) ; Földes, Kristián (referee)
The thesis aims to study Germany's foreign policy methods to answer the research question if Germany is still a civilian power. The presented work aims to establish that Germany's foreign policy methods and decision-making process are guided by civilian power theory's normative principles and values, thereby making Germany a civilian power. The author will test this through case study analysis on four diverse case study topics that explore Germany's foreign policy methods over a period of time, thus analyzing the evolution of Germany's foreign policy methods furthermore, if this evolution displays continuity or change of modification in Germany's foreign policy methods. The thesis studied Germany's role in Eastern European enlargement, non-military engagement specifically in combat operations in Iraq, military engagement and combat operations in Afghanistan, and Germany's engagement in the developmental policies for Africa. The formulated hypotheses of the four case studies stand to be correct. Germany's foreign policy methods are guided by civilian power norms and principles since its unification until now under the leadership of three different chancelleries. Because of this, Germany is still a civilian power and adapts to the challenges faced at the time and modifies its methods only after...
A Way Out of the Great Depression, 1933-1938 - a Comparison between USA and Germany
Novotný, Lukáš ; Jeřábek, Martin (advisor) ; Karlas, Jan (referee)
This bachelor thesis deals with the comparison of the development of the approach of the USA and Germany to solving the consequences of the Great Depression from both the economic and political point of view. The thesis examines the influence of the political establishment on the form of implemented measures. The work also analyzes the success of the measures taken. The work focuses on five key economic segments. These include unemployment, industrial production, international trade, agriculture and monetary policy. The aim of this work is to describe the development of the approach of the USA and Germany to the Great Depression between 1933-1938.
The climate policy of the European Union in the years 2009-2021
Gdovec, Ján ; Karlas, Jan (advisor) ; Jeřábek, Martin (referee)
Master's thesis "Climate Policy of the European Union in the years 2009 - 2021" focuses on changes in the climate policy of the European Union in the selected time period with emphasis on its internal dimension. Since its inception in the previous century, the European Union's climate policy has undergone significant changes, which remain present during the term of office of the 7th and 8th European Parliaments. The first part of the thesis adresses current state of the global climate and clarifies the choice of topic, points to its topicality and urgency. Global climate change is indeed an essential issue in today's global society. In addition, scientific studies show that if humanity is to avoid irreversible damage, the fight against the negative effects of climate change must be stepped up. In the following chapters we name the theoretical basis for the subsequent analysis of policy changes, confirming or refuting selected hypotheses about the integration of the climate sector. The aim of this work is to contribute to the debate on European integration by analysing changes in the European Union's climate policy and their subsequent exposure to hypotheses based on specific theoretical approaches, as well as a reminder of the seriousness of the global climate state.
Comparison of Swiss and Austrian Asylum and Immigration Policy
Hlaváčová, Nicole ; Jeřábek, Martin (advisor) ; Martinková, Viera (referee)
This study is focusing on the comparison of the asylum and immigration policy of Austria and Switzerland. The time frame chosen for this study are the first two decades of the new millennium. The study captures the breaking point in asylum and immigration policy which the European migration crisis had been in between the years 2015 and 2016. The securitization theory and the concept of national identity are used in explaining the shifts in adopted policies. The study grasps the process of securitization taking place thorough the chosen time frame with concentrating on what impact national identity had have in constructing security threads. The paper concludes that securitization of migration had indeed taken place in the chosen time frame. However, the specifics of each countries national identity have had very little impact on adoption of new legislation.

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