Jan Polišenský, MSc., Ph.D.

Assistant Professor
+420 251 171 946
polisensky@vsmvv.cz

He received his education in the strategic continental triangle of the United States, Europe and Asia. He lived in the United States and Taiwan for a long time. He graduated from Tamkang University of Tamsui, Taipei, Taiwan, where he focused on Southeast Asia with an emphasis on China. He continued his education in Moravia, where he studied doctoral studies at the Department of International Relations and European Studies at the Faculty of Social Studies at Masaryk University in Brno. He also completed short study visits at the University of Oslo in Norway, Sungkyunkwan University in Seoul, South Korea, and also at Beijing University in Beijing, China. He spoke at a number of conferences with contributions:
– Cooperation or Sanctions: The Future of EU-China Relations,
– Influence of media on safety perception
– Influence of fear of crime on fear of external actor
– Coercive Diplomacy: The Case of North Korea
– European Arms Trade to China
– Chinese Double Standard of Human Rights and its Effects Upon Trade and International Relations concerning Africa
and he also publishes in professional foreign publications.

 

Publications: Chinese Double Standard of Human Rights and its Effects Upon Trade and International Relations Concerning Africa (2009), European Arms Trade with the People’s Republic of China (2012)

He is the co-author of publications: France, Germany and the United Kingdom: The Arms Trade with the People’s Republic of China (2011), The Ideological Sources of China’s International Behavior (2013), Theory of Coercive Diplomacy (2019)

He is the author of contributions: Education in International Relations, The Legitimacy of Regimes in Exile

He is the co-author of chapters in the monographs: Ideological Sources of China’s International Behavior (2013), Theory of Coercive Diplomacy (2019) in the book Destabilization of the Security Environment at the Beginning of the 21st Century and the Response of the International Community.

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