Kulatý stůl "Small States and Great Powers"

Kulatý stůl "Small States and Great Powers"

V pátek, 18. listopadu, se uskutečnil kulatý stůl na téma "Small States and Great Powers", který byl součástí projektu NAWA Chair Days: Observing Complexity in Turbulent Times.

Mezi hosty kulatého stolu byl i Adrian Brisku, člen katedry ruských a východoevropských studií, který vystoupil s přednáškou na téma "A Small (Nation-)State Perspective for East-Central and South-East European Regions".

Dalšími hosty byli Milenko Petrovic, Ph.D (University of Canterbury), Paolo Pizzolo, Ph.D (Jagiellonian University) a také Prof. Emilian Kavalski (Jagiellonian University).

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"The Roundtable on "Small States and Great Powers" will focus on the issue of the role of small states as “pawns,” “rooks” or, at best, “knights” on the chessboard of global politics. According to this narrative, while the game of world politics may be marked by local “kings” and “queens,” the only actors that can really play it are the “great powers” of the day. Participants in this roundtable seek to examine the validity, history, current dynamics, and future trajectories of the agency of small states on the world stage."