Czech Republic

Scholarly Publications

Iran's Nuclear and Missile Potential: A Joint Threat Assessment by U.S. and Russian Technical Experts

May 2009

A confluence of events has presented the Russian Federation and the United States with an unusual opportunity to transform their relationship.

The U.S. satellite shootdown: An unnecessary action

February 2008

The intercept of the disabled USA-193 spy satellite the United States conducted on February 20 set a new benchmark for military exercises that have no benefits, but come at a tremendous political...

Employee Ownership in Transition

July 1995

In this paper, we investigate the extent and likely impact of employee ownership on the transition process under way in Central and Eastern Europe.

News

Scott D. Sagan: What the world thinks of Obama's nuclear policy

March 2011

In a special issue of The Nonproliferation Review, edited by CISAC's Scott Sagan and Harvard's Jane Vaynman, 13 prominent researchers from around the world examined foreign governments’ policy...

Barack Obama's missile defense challenge

November 2008

President-elect Barack Obama's first major foreign policy test will be how to handle the issue of missile defense in Europe, CISAC's Pavel Podvig argues.

Missile Defense: The Russian Reaction

March 2007

The row over U.S.

Events

From Fake News to Hybrid Warfare: The Militarization of Disinformation Debate in the Czech Republic

January 30, 2020

Seminar Recording: https://youtu.be/liv27EFoFWA About this Event: The phenomenon of “fake news” has become a highly political issue not only in the United States but also in other parts of the...

The Transition to Afghan Sovereignty: Assessing Progress and Identifying Challenges

January 31, 2012

Ten years into the war in Afghanistan, Payne Distinguished Lecturer Lt. Gen. Karl W. Eikenberry, the former U.S.

The Impact of European Missile Defense on Russia's Strategic Deterrence

October 24, 2011

Russia has had a long history of opposing US missile defense activities. Most recently, Russian concern focused on the alleged capability of the "third site" to intercept Russian ICBMs.