Peace Research Center Prague (PRCP) is a new interdisciplinary center of excellence established at the Charles University.Peace Research Center Prague (PRCP) is a new interdisciplinary center of excellence established at the Charles University.
Peace Research Center Prague - Charles University - PRCP
Center for Security Policy
Peace Research Center
PragueFaculty of Social Sciences Charles University in Prague
Smetanovo nabrezi 6, Prague
Jan Ludvík - Research Fellow
Jan Ludvík is Assistant Professor at the Department of Security Studies and Research Associate at the Center for Security Policy, Charles University in Prague. He is the author of Nuclear Asymmetry and Deterrence: Theory, Policy and History and co-author of Indirect Coercion: Triangular Strategies and International Conflict.
Harald Müller - Research Supervisor
Prof. Dr. Harald Müller is a former Director of the Peace Research Institute Frankfurt (PRIF), a Professor of International Relations at Goethe University, and a Research Supervisor at the Peace Research Center Prague. A member of the German delegation to the last three NPT Review Conferences, he served on the Advisory Board on Disarmament Matters of the UN Secretary-General from 1999–2005. He has an outstanding publication record with respect to arms control, disarmament, and non-proliferation, including books in Oxford University Press and University of Georgia Press, and articles in European Journal of International Relations or Review of International Studies.
Michal Onderco - Research Fellow
Michal Onderco is Assistant Professor of International Relations at Erasmus University Rotterdam. He published widely on the politics of nonproliferation, and on domestic politics of nonproliferation. He received his PhD from Free University Amsterdam, and was a Max Weber Fellow at the EUI (2014-2015), and a Fulbright Visiting Researcher at Columbia University (2012-2013). His book Iran's nuclear program and the Global South was published by Palgrave (2015).
Michal Smetana - PRCP Coordinator & Research Fellow
Dr. Michal Smetana is a Research Fellow at the Center for Security Policy, Charles University, and a Coordinator of Peace Research Center Prague. He is the co-author of Global Nuclear Disarmament: Strategic, Political, and Regional Perspectives (Routledge) and Indirect Coercion: Triangular Strategies and International Conflict (Charles University Press). His articles appeared in International Affairs, Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, The Nonproliferation Review and other journals.
Carmen Wunderlich - Research Fellow
Carmen Wunderlich is a post-doctoral Research Fellow at Peace Research Institute Frankfurt. Her recent publications include books in Springer and University of Georgia Press, and articles in International Politics or Contemporary Security Policy.