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I am currently working on my Ph.D. Thesis at the Department of International Relations and European Studies, Masaryk University, Brno, CZ. My PhD. project deals with the securitization of migration in Czechia in the Central-East European context. In the past, I participated in a research project on security threats related to armed regional conflicts. I am interested in critical security studies, developments of civil society, and democracy in the Central-East Europe and beyond.
External actors appear to be one of the key factors in post-revolutionary Libya – country divided by a civil conflict. Aim of this research review is to summarize major Western academic publications that focus on the role and interests of external actors in Libya. The review reflects on the writings dealing with the interests of Western actors –Fra...
Post-Qaddafi Libya-a country driven by protracted civil conflict has been marked by rising divisions among actors, whose identities are identified on sub-national, rather than national or state level. These actors are related to cities, towns or regions, tribal groups, ethnic minorities or religious fractions. Despite the recent attention paid to r...
The study under review contributes to one of the most dynamic fields of research in contem-porary security studies, namely securitization theory. Despite being published more than five years ago, it deserves attention thanks to its presentation of an innovative research framework on a highly topical issue – the securitization of migration. While co...
I finished collaboration on the project in March 2018. The project is running until 2020 at the Masaryk Uni.