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Impact of nuclear power plants decommissioning: comparison of Germany and the Czech Republic
Myslivcová, Kateřina ; Holubcová, Jitka (advisor) ; Kučerová, Irah (referee)
The diploma thesis examines the effect of decommissioning of nuclear power plants on the energy security of two European countries - Germany and the Czech Republic. First, the author focuses on theoretical anchoring of energy security. The practical part then examines both countries from the perspective of their energy mixes and policies and infrastructure interconnection. This is the starting point for the comparison of the effects of the decommissioning of nuclear power plants. Second, the author presents three scenarios to replace nuclear energy, exploring how German and Czech energy security will change. The first scenario is the use of renewable energy only. The second option is a combination of renewable energy and coal. Finally, the third option is again a certain proportion of renewable energy along with natural gas. Last but not least, the author concludes in the presented paper that, despite the various possible combinations of how to replace nuclear energy, both countries would be worse off within the framework of energy security.
Impact of nuclear power plants decommissioning: comparison of Germany and the Czech Republic
Myslivcová, Kateřina ; Holubcová, Jitka (advisor) ; Kučerová, Irah (referee)
The diploma thesis examines the effect of decommissioning of nuclear power plants on the energy security of two European countries - Germany and the Czech Republic. First, the author focuses on theoretical anchoring of energy security. The practical part then examines both countries from the perspective of their energy mixes and policies and infrastructure interconnection. This is the starting point for the comparison of the effects of the decommissioning of nuclear power plants. Second, the author presents three scenarios to replace nuclear energy, exploring how German and Czech energy security will change. The first scenario is the use of renewable energy only. The second option is a combination of renewable energy and coal. Finally, the third option is again a certain proportion of renewable energy along with natural gas. Last but not least, the author concludes in the presented paper that, despite the various possible combinations of how to replace nuclear energy, both countries would be worse off within the framework of energy security.
Monitoring the impact of Vojta reflex locomotion on the activity of the muscles of the shoulder girdle in patients with subacromials impingement syndrome by surface electromyography
Myslivcová, Kateřina ; Valouchová, Petra (advisor) ; Slabý, Kryštof (referee)
This diploma thesis is focused on the observation of influence of Vojta's reflex locomotion on the activity of shoulder girdle's muscles at patients with the subacromial impingement syndrome. We examined ten patients with the subacromial impingement syndrome as well as twenty asymptomatic individuals. We evaluated the impact of just one Vojta's reflex locomotion therapy on the activity of muscles using the Method of the Surface Electromyography. At the same time we evaluated if the reaction on the therapy had some impact on measured values. The therapy always took at least time necessary to obtain any reaction of each of the individuals, although the maximum limit of the therapy was 32 minutes. The impact of Vojta's reflex locomotion therapy had not statistical importance with regard on changes of muscle activity after and before the therapy, with regard on the symmetry of muscle activity, as well as the difference of beginning of activation of every muscle before and after the therapy. The statistical importance was influenced just by the corporeal disposition of every measured individual, which was observed on the timing. The influence of the corporeal disposition on the average measured values with regard of the left - right side symmetry has no statistical importance. The statistical...
Henry Kissinger and his contribution to diplomacy
Myslivcová, Kateřina ; Veselý, Zdeněk (advisor) ; Dubský, Zbyněk (referee)
This thesis focuses on Henry Kissinger, an important personality in the American foreign policy of the 1970s. The aim of the thesis is to assess the ideas and opinions of Henry Kissinger from his previous years and to decide which of them proved relevant for the creation of American diplomacy and foreign policy in the 1970s, and also how they were used. The thesis is divided into three chapters. The first chapter is devoted to decisions of an individual as an active participant in international relations, and to US foreign policy actors. The second chapter focuses on the comparison of the international position of the United States in the 1960s and 1970s. The third chapter deals with the opinions and ideas of Henry Kissinger and their subsequent application to US foreign policy. One part of the thesis is devoted to the criticism of the Nixon Administration in general and Henry Kissinger in particular.

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