European Integration within Historical Context
- Department Děčín
Versailles system, formation of new states. Europe and the powers, League of Nations. European policy in the 1920s. Fascism, nacism, communism. Little Entente, its principles and goals. Europe after Hitler's getting to power, system of bilateral agreements. Decline of the LN. Rearrangement of powers during WWII. Cold war and its consequences for Europe. New quality of French-German relationship - a driving power of starting European integration.
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- Study Objective:
Kowledge of fundamental concepts and facts of the history of international relations with regard to integration attempts within the framework of Europe in the political, military and economic field.
- Study materials:
A. Klimek, E. Kubů: Československá zahraniční politika 1918 - 1938, ISE, Praha 1995
D. Moravcová, P. Bělina: Kapitoly z dějin mezinárodních vztahů 1914 - 1941, ISE, Praha 1998
J. Dejmek: Československo, jeho sousedé a velmoci ve XX. století, CEP, Praha 2002
V. Nálevka: Světová politika ve 20. století 1 a 2, Skřivan ml., Praha 2000
- Further information:
- No time-table has been prepared for this course
- The course is a part of the following study plans: