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Analysis of Donald Trump's Policy Towards Huawei and the Role of Cybersecurity
Dinhová, Huyen Ngoc ; Sehnálková, Jana (advisor) ; Kadlecová, Lucie (referee)
The present bachelor thesis presents the analysis of the foreign policy of former US President Donald Trump towards the Chinese company Huawei. The thesis aims to explore why the Trump administration decided to ban Huawei from providing 5G services in the US and global markets. The thesis analyses the factors that led to the Trump administration's ban on Huawei and focuses on how important the issue of cybersecurity was in this decision. The process tracing method is used in this thesis to systematically examine the factors in question. The thesis also employs a foreign policy analysis based on the theory of offensive realism, which emphasizes the importance of maintaining technological leadership for military and economic superiority. It also takes into account the domestic and individual factors. The results of the analysis suggest that the Trump administration banned Huawei because of national security concerns-that is, both cybersecurity concerns and concerns about China's technological growth. Trump himself saw the Huawei case as a bargaining tool for the upcoming election, thus showing the transactional presidency of Donald Trump. This bachelor's thesis contributes to a better understanding of U.S.-China relations, particularly in the context of technological competition and cybersecurity.
Apartment building
Kadlecová, Lucie ; Lavický, Miloš (referee) ; Matějka, Libor (advisor)
The goal of this bachelor's thesis is the preparation of project documentation for a new building apartment building, which will meet the requirements and conditions for a building with almost zero consumption energy. This apartment building was designed so that its operation does not disturb or did not restrict the operation of adjacent apartment buildings on neighboring land in the immediate vicinity. The apartment building is designed as four floors, partially with a basement. They are in an apartment building dimensioned storage spaces, technical background of relevant technologies, social premises serving as a place of recreation for BD residents and separate housing units. Total the number of housing units is 12.
Switch mode supplies
Kadlecová, Lucie ; Červinka, Dalibor (referee) ; Patočka, Miroslav (advisor)
In this bachelor‘s thesis is described the design and construction of switch-mode power supply with a pulse transformer. It is mainly focused on projecting and putting into practice of the basic functional elements - LC filter, pulse transformer, transistor converter, transistor drivers, rectifiers and control circutory, including experimental testing of the final product.
Electromagnetic power actuators
Kadlecová, Lucie ; Vorel, Pavel (referee) ; Patočka, Miroslav (advisor)
This master thesis focuses on literature research of problematics linked to power actuators working on electromagnetic principle to accelerate metal projectiles. It’s goal is mathematical analysis and constuction of selected type of electromagntic power actuator – induction coilgun
Electromagnetic power actuators
Kadlecová, Lucie ; Vorel, Pavel (referee) ; Folprecht, Martin (advisor)
This master thesis focuses on literature research of problematics linked to power actuators working on electromagnetic principle to accelerate metal projectiles. It’s goal is mathematical analysis and constuction of selected type of electromagntic power actuator – induction coilgun
Forensic social worker and his role in judicial care for minors
Kadlecová, Lucie ; Hanuš, Daniel (advisor) ; Zajacová, Melanie (referee)
This diploma thesis is focused on forensic social work and the position of a forensic social worker, which is the subject of pilot testing in some district courts in the Czech Republic within the "Improvement of access to justice for vulnerable groups" Judicial Academy project. The primary goal of this thesis is to assess the importance of the position of the forensic social worker in the Czech justice system in the context of judicial care for minors from the point of view of the forensic social worker. The theoretical part of this thesis presents foreign and Czech forensic social work concepts and the role of a forensic social worker abroad. It also presents the Judicial Academy project, its activities and inspiring foreign models and approaches that are tested when shaping practice in the Czech environment. Focus is put on the position of the forensic social worker and the role of the forensic social worker in judicial care for minors according to Act No. 292/2013 Coll., on special court proceedings. The empirical part of this thesis is based on a qualitative type of research in which the technique of semi-structured interviews was used.
State Sovereignty in Cyber Space: A Modern Understanding of a Classic Concept
Kadlecová, Lucie ; Weiss, Tomáš (advisor) ; Raska, Michael (referee) ; Costa Farrand Carrapico, Helena Margarida (referee)
State sovereignty is a fundamental concept of the modern international order which has continually developed throughout its history. During this development, the concept of state sovereignty has faced serious challenges to its existence, the most recent being cyber space and its supposedly borderless nature. Nevertheless, recent state practices in cyber space indicate that state sovereignty remains a desired and relevant concept for governments around the world. Yet, a state is a territorial entity which attempts to impose its sovereignty in a seemingly non- territorial man-made cyber domain. One can expect that this must inevitably also have an impact on state sovereignty and our current understanding of it as a concept. Hence, this PhD thesis poses the following principal question: How does state practice of sovereignty in cyber space change the traditional understanding of the concept? To help answer it, it also presents two working questions: What kind of tools do states employ in order to exercise their sovereignty in cyber space nowadays? And In what way is the exercise of authority and control by states in cyber space different from the traditional domains? In short, this thesis examines how our understanding of state sovereignty has been transformed by the states' actions under the pressure...
The role of family mediation in divorce
Kadlecová, Lucie ; Šámalová, Kateřina (advisor) ; Pazlarová, Hana (referee)
The bachelor thesis focuses on family mediation and its role in divorce. The primary aim of this thesis is to clarify the effects and impacts of family mediation on family relationships and family functioning during divorce and in the post-divorce period. The theoretical part of the thesis deals with family mediation and divorce with the special emphasis on the mental state of parents and children. The longitudinal mediation study by Robert E. Emery is discussed here as well. The empirical part of this thesis is based on a qualitative type of research in which the technique of semi-structured interviews was used. Overall, the thesis provided an insight into the area of family mediation and illuminated the ways, how family relationships and family functioning disrupted as a result of divorce may be affected by family mediation.
EU and Czech Countermeasures Against Disinformation
Fišer, Jakub ; Weiss, Tomáš (advisor) ; Kadlecová, Lucie (referee)
This Bachelor's thesis deals with the development of countermeasures against disinformation in the Czech Republic and at the level of the European Union. Drawing upon the concept of Europeanisation, it aims to analyse the influence the two levels have on each other. Europeanisation has been widely used in the last two decades, and although it still lacks a universally valid definition, it is nowadays mainly regarded as a concept explaining the relationship between the European Union and its member states, considering it a process consisting of three interconnected dimensions: downloading (the influence of the EU on Member States), uploading (the influence of Member States on the EU), and cross-loading (the influence Member States have on each other). The chosen empirical case is rather atypical for research on Europeanisation, since most of it usually focuses on the adaptation of norms and institutions pre-existing at the European level. By doing so, this thesis aims to not only supplement the current research on Europeanisation but to problematise it as well. Taking the form of a comparative case study, the thesis focuses particularly on how the issue of disinformation found its way to the Czech and European political agenda. The main sources for the research are Czech and European policy documents dealing...

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