Politics & International Affairs magazine

Global Politics

Politics & International Affairs magazine

Topic: Blízký východ

Vojtěch Kyselý

Rekrutace foreign fighters a mladých džihádistů, případová studie Iráku a Sýrie

Tato studie popisuje, jak dochází k rekrutaci zahraničních bojovníků a mladých džihádistů bojujících dnes za Islámský stát na Blízkém východě. Provedený výzkum ukazuje roli ideologie Islámského státu, některé vlastnosti a charakteristiky společné drtivé většině potenciálních rekrutů a konečně také vysoce sofistikovanou globální rekrutační síť využívající sociálních sítí. Bylo zjištěno také několik poměrně zajímavých faktů – masivní rekrutací […] read more

23rd February 2015, section Articles, Studies

Jan Daniel a Kristina Horňáčková

Zaid Eyadat: The major motivation for Arab revolutions was about human dignity

Dr. Zaid Eyadat is a professor of Political Science and International Relations at the University of Jordan and the chairperson of the Human Rights and Human Development department. He graduated from the University of Southern California, where he continues to teach. He has also taught at various universities in the USA and Jordan and has worked as a consultant for diverse international organizations and NGOs. Recently he conducted a course called Islam and Human Rights at Faculty of Social Studies at Masaryk University in Brno. Editors of Global Politics and Bulletin of The… read more

18th July 2011, section Interviews

Jan Daniel a František Novotný

Democracy in the Middle East?

Following the tradition of past successful Symposiums, editors of Global Politics decided to focus this time on recent popular uprisings in the Arab World. There are not many issues in contemporary international politics that are so dynamically developing and vigorously debated as this one. By addressing various Middle East specialists with diverse backgrounds and institutional affiliations such as London School of Economics and Political Science, John Hopkins University or American University of Beirut, we would like to contribute a little to the debate and hopefully bring… read more

30th May 2011, section Symposium