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Renewable Energy Sector in The Republic of Serbia: Constraints in Renewable Energy Market Development
Drobnjak, Marina ; Svoboda, Karel (advisor) ; Šístek, František (referee)
This thesis analyzes the challenges associated with the countries in socioeconomic and political transition when on the path of integrating into the developed world unions or on the path of fulfilling projected renewable energy targets. As an example country, or as a study case here, The Republic of Serbia has been selected. The thesis addresses the question of how the Renewable Energy Market in Serbia is developing and how are the challenges being addressed. Thesis reveals that main obstacles come from the ownership of the energy and the power gird assets which are still entirely owned and controlled by the State. Due to this fact it is hard to introduce the planned renewable projects, mostly to be developed and owned by foreign entities, and at the same time to be forced to reduce domestic power production out of the thermal power plants. However, by being on the path to the EU, the renewable energy targets and the RES (Renewable Energy Sources) market have to be accomplished and the government has to show full legislative and policy support. It is also realized that there is a significant discrepancy between the "say and do" in the case of The Republic of Serbia, at least so far. The thesis highlights the important driving factors that, despite of the local resistance and sluggishness,...
Political and regional differentiation of Serbia in the case of the entering EU
Cvetkovićová, Katarina ; Tomeš, Jiří (advisor) ; Martínek, Jiří (referee)
The aim of this bachelor thesis is to analyze the regional differentiation in Serbia with regards to the question of the country's accession to the European Union (EU). The analysis is based on a voting preferences of pro-European or Eurosceptic political parties and leaders. The prerequisite is a north-south polarization of these preferences correlating with socio-economic maturity of the region. Thesis uses electoral geography to determine if this correlation exists and if so, how stable it is in the time period. The first part of the thesis discusses a general theory of regional differentiation of electoral results, the emergence and development of nationalism in Serbia and Serbia's relations and cooperation with the EU. The second part of the thesis attempts to provide an objective image of the Serbian political scene, its electoral history and main political affairs. These two parts, in which the thematic literature is discussed, serve as a theoretical framework for the third part of the thesis which deals with the analysis of electoral results in socio-economic frame and also contains a discussion of the results of correlation. Key words Serbia, electoral preferences, regional differentiation, European Union
Impact of Serbia-Kosovo relations on the accession of Serbia to the EU
Stuchlík, Petr ; Knutelská, Viera (advisor) ; Riegl, Martin (referee)
The bachelor thesis is concerned with the use of political conditionality in the EU accession negotiations with Serbia. The work focuses on the topic of Impact of Serbia-Kosovo relations on the accession of Serbia to the EU by a case study. The European Union uses its influence on Serbia to normalize relations between Serbia and Kosovo. The European Union attaches great importance to the stabilization of relations in the Western Balkans region and proves it in this theme. European Union has become moderator of the normalization of these relations, which seeks to influence Serbia's decisions by incentives and achieve the normalization of relations between these countries. A relations between Serbia and Kosovo, which has been part of it by 2008, were complicated for a long- time. The deterioration of these relationships, however, occurred after the unilateral declaration of independence by Kosovo. The aim of this study is to analyze the behaviour of Serbia in the process of normalization of these relations and to evaluate the influence of the European Union on this process. The thesis uses theory of international socialization and assesses which model of this theory is the most appropriate for this case. The work evaluates the whole process of normalization and answers set out questions in the...
Analysis of medieval walloon toponyms in Romania and Serbia
Bučko, Peter ; Ungureanu, Dan (advisor) ; Našinec, Jiří (referee)
This paper examines toponyms of Walloon origin in the area of today's Romania and Serbia, especially in the regions of the former Kingdom of Hungary. Walloons emigrated to Hungary mainly because of economic reasons, but here the important role played the popular devotion in the 11th century and the importance of pilgrim sites (Jerusalem or Santiago de Compostela). Number of pilgrimage has increased since 1018, when the route leading through Hungary to Jerusalem was openend. Large number of Walloons setteld in Hungary at this time. Present-day Wallonia in the Middle Ages belonged to the Holy Roman Empire. In the 11th century, as elsewhere in Western Europe, there was a famine and lack of land. Walloons have found their new home in Hungary, they were engaged in viticulture and trade. They also often named the new locations by the home sites of Wallonia. In Romania, the Walloon sites were situated near Oradea and Sibiu. Walloons have created a specific phenomenon - the fortified churches. Many Walloons also received a noble title. In the area of Serbia we are located Walloon settlements in Srem, especially speaking about the cities of Francavilla and Eng. Based on the tithes paid for the Papal Curia from 1332-1337 we can reconstruct demographic data.
Procházka, Tomáš ; Končelík, Jakub (advisor) ; Křeček, Jan (referee)
In 2007 the international community started to establish the political status of Kosovo, the Serbian province, inhabited mostly by the Muslim Albanian majority. In February 2008 Kosovo declared independence. What happened in the so-called "last media battle for Kosovo"? This thesis, called Representations of Serbs and Albanians in the Czech press during the proces of declaring independence of Kosovo, investigates discourses of two Czech newspapers and their coverage of the events between February 2007 and June 2008 when the Kosovo Constitution came in force. This thesis use both quantitative and qualitative content analysis. The analysis of recontextualization shows that the newspapers reproduce the dominant Serbian nationalism that focuses on the myth of a Greater Serbia.By an appropriation of different discourses, the dominant Serbian nationalism becomes legitimized and justified. In particular, the newspapers reproduce distinctive religious discourses from the political past, and furthermore, they borrow the so-called European,"war on terrorism" and "crime" discourses from the international mainstream public spheres and appropriate them to the contemporary political context. They borrow the so-called "modern Munich betrayal" and the Czech-Serbian kinship too. Generally, the newspapers reappropriate...
Deployment of Czech and Slovak armed forces in the UNPROFOR mission
Bartůněk, Michal ; Bureš, Oldřich (advisor) ; Kučera, Tomáš (referee)
The bachelor thesis aims to analyze the participation of Czechoslovak and later Czech and Slovak units operating in the territory of former Yugoslavia within the UNPROFOR mission. The core goal si to compare a contribution of separated units after the breakup of Czechoslovakia occurred. The research focuses on contribution in fulfillment of UNPROFOR sub-goals, because of there are not reliable benchmarks for measuring success of particular missions's segmants. These sub-goals are based on Diehl and Druckman's method of assessment peace operations published in the Evaluating Peace Operation. Powered by TCPDF (
Specifics of Serbian and Romanian oral folklore - fairy tales of magic
Krucká, Barbora ; Otčenášek, Jaroslav (advisor) ; Sochorová, Ludmila (referee)
The work is focused on mapping the historical circumstances of collecting oral folklore literature in the territory of Serbia and Romania and to cultural, religious, geographical and political influences that formed the folk traditions of these ethnic groups. It describes the role that oral folk literature played in the given environment. The historical circumstances and influences mentioned are then compared. The work provides an overview of translations of the anthologies of fairy tales from given languages into Czech. Then it focuses on a comparison of concrete fairy tales from chosen anthologies, comparison of particular fairy tale themes and elements of Serbian and Romanian fairy tales of magic.
The Influence of EU Conditionality on Serbian Politics towards Kosovo
Krulichová, Zuzana ; Šístek, František (advisor) ; Šlosarčík, Ivo (referee)
The aim of this bachelor's thesis is to analyse the influence of EU conditionality on the 'Kosovo question' in Serbian policy. Its focus is on the period between 2008 and 2015. It analyses the shift in Serbian politics with the use of the external incentives model. The core of the analytical part is the dialogue held between Serbia and Kosovo, mediated by the EU. Key agreements are examined as well as the Serbian shift towards the EU membership. Moreover, the text focuses on the factors which affect the effectiveness of EU conditionality. The thesis concludes that Serbian compliance was strongly influenced by the prospect of membership. Serbia still refuses to recognize Kosovo as an independent state. However, several technical and political agreements were reached.
State and Organised Crime in Serbia under Milošević
Andrlová, Anna ; Tejchman, Miroslav (advisor) ; Žíla, Ondřej (referee)
Bachelor's thesis State and Organised Crime in Serbia under Milošević deals with the extent and manner of the connection between state and non-state actors in relation to serious crime offenses. The thesis explores the specific characteristics of state crime which are demonstrated on the case study of former Yugoslavia, more precisely the nineties Serbia and the Serbian ethnic group. Firstly, the combination of criminological theories is introduced. Subsequently, the theoretical approach is used to describe the actors' positions and crime types they were involved in. The research is focused on specific criminal practices and the connection of main actors from state and non-state sector, e.g. state coercive forces, paramilitaries or corporates.
Comparative Electoral Engeneering in the Post-Yugoslav Area
Höfer, Karel ; Mlejnek, Josef (advisor) ; Rosůlek, Přemysl (referee) ; Cabada, Ladislav (referee)
Bc. Karel Höfer Komparativní volební inženýrství v postjugoslávském prostoru KP IPS FSV UK Diplomová práce ABSTRACT The thesis deals with the topic of electoral engineering and electoral design in the Post- Yugoslav area. It can be classified within social sciences as a part of political science, specifically as a part of comparative political science and electoral studies. The subject of this thesis is electoral design and electoral engineering. Its cases are political and electoral systems in the Post-Yugoslav area up to 2012. The importance of this topic consists in the fact that it is not entirely explored topic. On that account it deserves attention from both empirical and theoretical perspective. The research of electoral design and electoral engineering is one of the most promising courses of contemporary political science. The Post-Yugoslav area offers an ideal environment for comparative political science in general and comparative approach due to its common historical and institutional grounds, but different political and institutional development after the disintegration. The primary objective of this work is the comparison of electoral design and electoral engineering in the Post-Yugoslav area. An important component of this work is also original and comprehensive theoretical framework for a...

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