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Markéta Brustlova, Ph.D.

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Assistant Professor at the American Graduate School in Paris
International Civil Servant at UNESCO

Fields of expertise

  • International Relations

  • United Nations System

  • European Union

  • Central and Eastern Europe

Education

  • Ph.D. in International relations, Charles University, Prague

  • M.A. in European studies, Charles University, Prague

  • B.A. in Area studies, Charles University, Prague

Other current posts

UNESCO: International Civil Servant

Selected publications

  • "The Impact of the Financial Crisis on France and the French Presidency of G20" in KOZAK, K., WEISS, T.: The Impact of the Financial Crisis in Euroatlantic Space, Prague: Dokoran 2012

  • "The Czech Republic and the First European Elections” in MANIGAND, C., SANDU, T.: Dynamics in the New Europe, Paris: L'Harmattan 2005

  • "Common Foreign and Security Policy (CFSP)/European Security and Defence Policy (ESDP): Dilemmas of the Czech republic", in Dialogues Européens n°6 et n°7, Paris: Presses de la Sorbonne-Nouvelle, 2005

  • "France and the Eastern Enlargement of the EU from Nice to Copenhagen” in National identities - European Identity, Paris: L'Harmattan, 2004

 
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