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Europe in Troubled Times - The Future of European Geopolitics (5598)
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Europe in Troubled Times - The Future of European Geopolitics
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Programme focus: Lifelong learning programme - Interest-oriented
Provider: Faculty of Social Sciences
Department of Political Science [23-KP]
full-time
English
Geopolitics was for a long time forgotten and omitted way to analyse the international politics. With the return of revanschism, annexation as a political tool, or creation of un-governed and unrecognized territories its prominence as analytical tool comes back into spotlight.

The Geopolitical Summer School aims to teach the students to

a. become familiar with concepts theories of Classic, Realpolitik Geopolitics, NeoClassic Geopolitics. Critical Geopolitics and Russian Geopolitics

b. understand geographic limits and potential of power

c. analyse current geopolitical trends and threats

d. understand the situation in particular region and external players

Europe in Troubled Times. The Future of European Geopolitics.
Syllabus:

1) Geopolitics as an academic discipline
2) Geopolitics of Europe
3) Great powers in Europe
4) Europe and unstable neighbourhood
5) Threats to European stability

Requirements for successful participation in the course:
1/ Preparation for lessons (reading materials)
2/ Attendance, activity in discussions
3/ Final group presentation

Syllabus:

1) Geopolitics as an academic discipline
2) Geopolitics of Europe
3) Great powers in Europe
4) Europe and unstable neighbourhood
5) Threats to European stability

Requirements for successful participation in the course:
1/ Preparation for lessons (reading materials)
2/ Attendance, activity in discussions
3/ Final group presentation

Requirements:
Students currently enrolled in Bachelor’s, Master’s or PhD degree programs in Geopolitics, Area Studies, Political Science, International Relations and Economics and other relevant fields. There are no age or country limits for the application. A very good level of English is essential for successful participation in the course.

Required documents:
1/ CV (in English language)
2/ Application form

Students should note that the summer school classes are not part of the standard curriculum and we therefore have to charge them to cover our costs. Everybody who wishes to attend these classes must pay a fee of 290 EUR if paid before 15th March/390 EUR if paid before 15th May/450 EUR later.
Requirements for successful participation in the course:
1/ Preparation for lessons (reading materials)
2/ Attendance, activity in discussions
3/ Final group presentation

Course requirements and qualification acquired
other
Certification: Osvědčení o absolvování programu
4 ECTS
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Guarantor and venue
Mgr. Martin Riegl, Ph.D.
Department of Political Science
Department of Political Science
Europe in Troubled Times - The Future of European Geopolitics
Dates and duration
2018/2019
summer semester, June
30.06.2019
Short-time
50 (total number of hours)
Schedule details
Fees and financing
290 EUR / programme
before March 15, 2019: 290 EUR
before May 15, 2019: 390 EUR
later: 450 EUR
Application
on-line: martinriegl@email.cz
Mgr. Martin Riegl, Ph.D.
martinriegl@email.cz
00420251080256
14.06.2019
Further information
https://geopolitics.fsv.cuni.cz/GEO-6.html
 
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