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Experts

Database of experts involved in CACAS:

  • Rudolf Fürst, Ph.D (furst [@] iir.cz) – China, Sino-European relations, Central and East European states vs. China, soft power, East-West relations
  • doc. Jeremy Garlick, Ph.D. (jeremy.garlick [@] vse.cz) – Prague University of Economics and Business (VŠE) – China, relations between China and Europe, Belt and Road Initiative, international relations and security in East Asia
  • Assoc. Prof. Mag. Dr. Alfred Gerstl, MIR (alfred.gerstl [@] upol.cz) – Palacký University Olomouc and Central European Institute of Asian Studies (CEIAS) – Indo-Pacific, Southeast Asia, ASEAN, South China Sea, China’s foreign policy, Belt and Road Initiative, security, 16+1
  • doc. PhDr. Slavomír Horák, Ph.D. (slavomir.horak [@] post.cz) – Institute of International Studies, Faculty of Social Sciences Charles University – Central Asia, post-Soviet space, social and political developments, state-building, nationalism
  • Jan Hornát, Ph.D. (jan.hornat [@] fsv.cuni.cz) – Head of the Department of North American Studies, Faculty of Social Sciences, Charles University – Indo-Pacific, American foreign policy, transatlantic relations, and the role of status in international affairs
  • Aleš Karmazin, Ph.D. (ales.karmazin [@] mup.cz]) – Metropolitan University Prague – China, Indian foreign policy, international relations and security in East Asia, international order, politics and technology
  • Kristína Kironská, Ph.D. (kristina.kironska [@] upol.cz) – Palacký University Olomouc and Central European Institute of Asian Studies (CEIAS) – Southeast Asia, Myanmar, Taiwan, human rights, international relations
  • doc. Mgr. Michal Kolmaš, Ph.D. (michal.kolmas [@] mup.cz]) – Metropolitan University Prague – Japan, international relations and security in East Asia, environmental politics
  • Lukáš Laš, Ph.D. (lukas.las [@] osu.cz) – University of Ostrava and Central European Institute of Asian Studies (CEIAS) – Japan, China, India, ASEAN, political geography of Indo-Pacific Asia
  • Martin Lavička, Ph.D. (martin.lavicka [@] upol.cz) – Palacký University Olomouc and Central European Institute of Asian Studies (CEIAS) – China, China’s religious and ethnic policies and laws, human rights, Xinjiang
  • Martin Petlach, PhD (martin.petlach [@] mendelu.cz) – Mendel University – Southeast Asia and its elections, politics, and diplomacy, human rights 
  • Tomáš Petrů, Ph.D. ( petru [@] orient.cas.cz ) – Oriental Institute, Czech Academy of Sciences and Institute of Asian Studies, Faculty of Arts, Charles University – Indonesia, Malaysia and wider Southeast Asia, modern political history, political geography, social history, linguistic anthropology
  • Ivo Plšek, Ph.D. (241259 [@] mail.muni.cz) – Masaryk University, Faculty of Arts – comparative politics and international relations with focus on East Asia, Japan, memory studies
  • Runya Qiaoan, Ph.D. (runya.qiaoan [@] upol.cz) – Palacky University Olomouc – China, civil society, non-governmental organizations, social movements, media, state-society relations, cultural sociology, political sociology
  • Pamir H. Sahill, Ph.D. (pamir.halimzai [@] aauni.edu), Prague University of Economics and Business (Jan Masaryk Centre for International Studies) and Anglo-American University, Prague – Afghanistan, Iran, South and Central Asia, international security, security and environmental aspects of China’s Belt and Road Initiative projects in Pakistan and Afghanistan
  • Mgr. et Mgr. David Toman (david.toman [@] europeanvalues.cz) – European Values Center for Security Policy – Japan, Indo-Pacific, soft power
  • Richard Turcsányi, Ph.D. (richard.turcsanyi [@] upol.cz) – Palacký University Olomouc and Central European Institute of Asian Studies (CEIAS) – China, relations between China and Europe, public perception of China, international relations and security in East Asia
  • Martina Varkočková, Ph.D. (martina.varkockova [@] mup.cz) – Metropolitan University Prague – Central Asia, international relations and security in Central Asia, non-knowledge, ontological security, role theory and status in international relations