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Prospects on reunification of the Korean Peninsula and its potential geopolitical impact on North East Asia
Mlynárová, Michaela ; Volenec, Otakar (advisor) ; Kochan, Jan (referee)
Hitherto divided Korean Peninsula is perhaps the most distinctive remnant of the Cold War. The main aim of this work is to analyze the prospects on reunification of the Korean Peninsula by analyzing the various factors that have affected and in the future could affect the development of inter-Korean relations, the possible character of unification and subsequent policy implications of the reunification to North East Asia, with focus on the problematic North Korean regime.
The Role of International Organisations in the Formation of Legal Norms in International Criminal Law
Mazánková, Zuzana ; Kochan, Jan (advisor) ; Trávníčková, Zuzana (referee)
The submitted bachelor thesis addresses the ongoing issue of international criminal law and the impact that international organisations have on it. Its main objective is to identify means by which the selected international organisations contribute to the development of legal norms in international criminal law, taking into account the existence of international non-governmental organisations besides intergovernmental ones. The first part presents a theoretical definition of international criminal law, its status in the context of international public law and clarification of concepts. Next parts of the thesis concentrate on the organisations themselves and analyses of their particular impacts on international criminal law and branches that contribute to its functioning.
Non-violent resistance: Case Study Egypt
Hodorová, Barbora ; Havlová, Radka (advisor) ; Kochan, Jan (referee)
This thesis is devoted to the issue of non-violent resistance. It focuses on identifying factors that affect the success of non-violent campaigns. The paper presents and compares different types of resistance in achieving strategic objectives, particularly in terms of post-conflict democratic order of the country. The central premise of this thesis is that nonviolent campaigns bring a more fertile ground for developing a democratic regime opposed to their violent counterparts. The analyzed object in this paper is the Arab Spring in Egypt, specifically the course and the outcome of this non-violent revolution of 2011. The aim of this study is to identify the factors that influenced the course of the uprising and which ultimately led to the backfiring of this seemingly successful non-violent struggle in Egypt.
Comparison of Post-conflict Reconstruction in Rwanda and Cambodia
Dvořáková, Klára ; Havlová, Radka (advisor) ; Kochan, Jan (referee)
This bachelor thesis is dedicated to comparison of post-conflict reconstruction in two countries that went through a genocide, Rwanda and Cambodia. The goal of the thesis is to evaluate if the reconstruction was successful or not concerning the present situation in these countries. The purpose is also to decide whether it was performed correctly and whether it managed to prevent appearance of other conflicts and violations. The subject of post-conflict reconstruction is very extensive. Hence, my thesis is concerned mostly with achieving justice and reconciliation among people. So called Gacaca courts were the main instrument for stabilization of the society after the conflict. Therefore the thesis is very concerned with them. Parallel of Gacaca courts in Rwanda was ECCC tribunal in Cambodia. The last part of the thesis contains comparison of both conflicts and evaluation of reconstructions.
The Importance of the Pacific Alliance in Mexican Foreign Policy
Kubínová, Karolína ; Kochan, Jan (advisor) ; Demková, Marcela (referee)
The thesis analyses how Mexico uses the Pacific Alliance as a tool for its foreign policy. The first chapter explains the international relations framework, the structure of international organizations, the foreign policy network and also the international integration. The second chapter looks over Mexico's foreign policy. The chapter expounds the basic macroeconomic indicators describing the development of Mexican foreign policy and discusses Mexico's position in Latin American integration. The third chapter deals with Mexico in the Pacific Alliance. It lays out basic data on the Pacific Alliance out, and goes on to analyze the activities of the Pacific Alliance with which Mexico is involved. The chapter concludes by comparing these broader Pacific Alliance with Mexico's objectives, and considers the activities' impact on Mexico.
Clash of civilisations and its international-political context and impacts: Case study Africa
Borová, Hana ; Lehmannová, Zuzana (advisor) ; Kochan, Jan (referee)
The aim of the theses is to identify long-term consequences of the clash of African and European cultures and its current political, economic and social consequences on the contemporary Sub-Saharan Africa. In the methodological part the terms of socio-cultural complex, socio-cultural structure, clash of civilizations and culture gap are explained, followed by the basic characteristics of African culture and a brief outline of the local history with a special emphasis put on the historical influences of Europe. The application part is divided into three sections according to the areas in which the effects of culture gap are analysed - namely political, economic and social spheres. Each area is further divided into four parts that using specific examples describe consequences of the clash of European and African cultures in contemporary Sub-Saharan Africa.
Conflict in Syria resolution strategies
Prymak, Yana ; Kochan, Jan (advisor) ; Novotná, Yvona (referee)
This thesis deals with the possibilities of the syrian conflict resolution. The thesis is divided into three parts. The first part consists of theoretical and methodological basis of the problem. Furthermore, it outlines the brief history of the conflict, defining individual actors and their interests. The third and final part is the core of the entire thesis and forms its practical side. There will be proposed a strategy of the Syrian conflict resolution in the form of recommendations to the world community and especially the Western superpowers and the United Nations.
The war in Mexico and its possible solutions
Tomišková, Lucie ; Kochan, Jan (advisor) ; Žáková, Gabriela (referee)
For ten years, the Mexican government is fighting against the drug cartels. The beginnings of the drug war began in 2006 when Felipe Calderon officially declared war on organized crime in Mexico, also known as the war on drugs. The aim is to analyze the various actors involved in the drug conflict, determine their status and individual roles. The entire work is also meant to evaluate possible solutions, the positive and negative aspects and summarize final thoughts. The first part contains an introduction to the origins of the drugs and the implementation of the drug production in Mexico. Another chapter is devoted to the actors themselves: the Mexican government, drug cartels and the US. Emphasized is especially their role in the conflict and their development. The second half of the work deals with the drug war itself, about its progress and obstacles. The final chapter describes possible solutions through which the Mexican government could win the drug war.
Somaliland - unrecognized state as an actor of international relations
Vašák, Vojtěch ; Kochan, Jan (advisor) ; Werner, Jan (referee)
The aim of this thesis is to evaluate whether it is possible to consider an unrecognized state Somaliland to be an actor of international relations. In the first chapter the main criterias according to which it is possible to evaluate international legal personality, statehood and especially actorness in international relations are defined. The second chapter considering the key historical events answers the question whether it is actually possible to regard Somaliland as a state and thus as a subject of international law. Then, in the third chapter, the key requirements of actorness and attitude of other actors are analyzed. By summary of these findings the main research question is finally answered.
Genocide in Rwanda and the Role of the UN
Viterová, Kristina ; Kochan, Jan (advisor) ; Havlová, Radka (referee)
The bachelor's thesis deals with the role of the UN during the genocide in Rwanda in 1994. The main goal is to identify failures that the UN has committed and in some cases to propose possible scenarios that the organization should have followed in order to prevent the massacre or to minimize its´ consequences. The theoretical part introduces the theory of the UN peacekeeping missions and the functioning of the UN system, focusing on the Security Council and the UN Secretariat. The practical part deals with the actual genocide in Rwanda and analyzes the response of the UN to the warnings and to the subsequent massacres. The last chapter summarizes all the key events where the UN failed during the genocide.

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