Adam Kubina

Adam Kubina is a student of Diplomacy in Taipei, Independent Publisher & a member of the Diplomatic Academy in Prague, Czech Republic, www.AdamKubina.com

Recent Posts

The Russian strategy in the Euro-Atlantic Environment

The European Union seeks to have a peaceful relationship with the Russian Federation, through cooperation against terrorism, Europol, the war in Syria and cooperation on international crime. Both of these actors know that Russia is the biggest exporter to the EU, and that sanctions will mainly hurt the EU rather than Russia. However, the European

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Discussion with Angus Stewart, Deputy Ambassador of The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland to the Czech Republic

On the 7th of April 2017, another discussion with Angus Stewart, Deputy Ambassador of The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland to the Czech Republic, was held. The discussion covered current bilateral relations between the United Kingdom and Czech Republic, the working life of Her Majesty’s Ambassador, ‘BREXIT’ and the future of the

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Diskuze s generálem Štěpánkem na téma Blízký východ a vyhodnocení rizikových situací

Diskuze s generálem Štěpánkem (bývalý ředitel Vojenské zpravodajské služby) na téma Blízký východ a vyhodnocení rizikových situací na Diplomatické akademii v Praze. Právě díky A-reportu z roku 2013 od generála Štěpánka padla vláda bývalého premiéra Nečase. V České republice jsou celkem tři odvětví zpravodajských služeb a to Bezpečností informační služba České republiky, Úřad pro zahraniční

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Discussion with HE Mr Alexander Grubmayr, Ambassador of the Republic of Austria to the Czech Republic

On the 7th of March 2017, another discussion with HE Mr Alexander Grubmayr, Ambassador of the Republic of Austria to the Czech Republic, concerning the current bilateral relations between Austria and the Czech Republic in their historical context, the mission of the Austrian Ambassador and the tasks carried out by the Austrian Embassy was held.

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Talk with Maroš Šefčovič, EU: Evolving Dynamics, Policy Dilemmas and Prospects

The Vice President of the EC’s energy portfolio is one of the ten top priorities of the European Union. Global Energy Security means securing the whole of the EU with electricity, gas and oil to the extent that Europe will become independent and self-sufficient. The Vice President tries to visit all of the senior politicians

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Europe

Ukraine & NATO view from International Relations

What could happen in Ukraine? Ukraine could join NATO after becoming a member of European Union, but Sevastopol and the Black Sea are important locations for the Russian military. At present, Russia and US relations are at their lowest point for a generation, with some people talking about a new Cold War. Russian Foreign policy

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Europe

European Union and the Changing Global Economic System

The European Union and Japan have had a strategic economic partnership in foreign and economy policy since 1991, when of a joint declaration on relations between the EC and its member states with Japan was adopted. In 2013, the EU launched negotiations for a strategic partnership agreement and a free trade agreement (in the car

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Europe

Can the EU be a Political-Security Actor in Asia?

The Asian foreign forum, which takes place every two years, is focused on dialogues between the European Union and Asia to develop mutual benefits. The EU can only offer to Asia a development environment and human rights. Asia depends on soft power, but they do not want any soft power from Europe because they like

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Evropské finance a projektové řízení

Diskuze o Evropských financích a projektovém řízení s paní doktorkou Vicenovou (bývalá ministryně zemědělství ČR) na Diplomatické akademii v Praze. Lisabonská smlouva neuspěla, Evropa 2020 vydala nový dokument, který s sebou nese nový nádech pro Evropu po ekonomické krizi z roku 2008. Pokud chceme zvýšit blahobyt celé EU musíme reagovat na nepoměry jako jsou ve

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Europe

Russian Federation Foreign Policy & Public Diplomacy

In 2009, the United States of America wanted to “reset” its relationship with the Russian Federation, and in a symbolic gesture, the Secretary of State presented a “reset button” to the Minister of Affairs of the Russian Federation, Sergei Lavrov. However, ‘Peregruzka’ does not mean reset, but rather, overload. We can see that there was

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