• Explaining the UN Security Council's Selective Involvement in African Conflicts 

      Defence status: DEFENDED
      Urbánek, Daniel (Univerzita Karlova, Fakulta sociálních věd, 2018)
      Date of defense: 19. 6. 2018
      The debate over possible selective involvement of the United Nations Security Council in armed conflicts is currently re-emerging both in the academic discussions and in the sphere of practical politics. This thesis aims ...
    • Explaining the UN Security Council's Selective Involvement in African Conflicts 

      Defence status: RECOGNIZED
      Urbánek, Daniel (Univerzita Karlova, Fakulta sociálních věd, 2018)
      Date of defense: 25. 7. 2018
      The debate over possible selective involvement of the United Nations Security Council in armed conflicts is currently re-emerging both in the academic discussions and in the sphere of practical politics. This thesis aims ...
    • Vybrané aspekty zahraniční politiky USA v kontextu procesu dekolonizace 

      Defence status: DEFENDED
      Urbánek, Daniel (Univerzita Karlova, Fakulta sociálních věd, 2016)
      Date of defense: 13. 6. 2016
      This bachelor thesis is focused on position of the United States of America towards the process of decolonization and its purpose is to identify if American steps in this context were guided by idealistic or realistic ...

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