Hloušek and Kaniok on the Czech Euroscepticism in the context of parliamentary elections 2017

20.11.2017/ Vít Hloušek and Petr Kaniok published two brief posts at the blog of the European Parties Elections and Referendums Network (EPERN). The first one maps soft Euroscepticism among the Czech political parties to show that such stance has become de facto the mainstream position. The second one analyses the somewhat bizarre pre-election landscape of Czech hard Eurosceptic political parties and it shows how little innovative and how little intellectually stimulating these parties are.

Hloušek and Kaniok on the Czech Euroscepticism in the context of parliamentary elections 2017

Kříž, Urbanovská & Brajerčíková on military cooperation between V4 and Germany

3.8.2018/ Zdeněk Kříž along with Jana Urbanovská and the department´s PhD candidate Stanislava Brajerčíková marked a publication success by publishing an…

full article
Kříž, Urbanovská & Brajerčíková on military cooperation between V4 and Germany
read

Ocelík in Brisbane

27.6.2018/ Petr Ocelík presented findings of research project on policy network analysis of the Czech coal policy domain, researched in cooperation with the…

full article
Ocelík in Brisbane
read


Close

Headquarters

International Institute of Political Science

Joštova 10
602 00 Brno
Czech Republic

Tel./fax: +420 549 495 769
luciem (at) fss.muni.cz
http://www.iips.cz/

Billing address

Faculty of Social Studies, Masaryk University

International Institute of Political Science

Joštova 10
602 00 Brno

ID#: 00216224
TAX ID#: CZ00216224