PROMĚNY POSTAVENÍ AKTÉRA V MEZINÁRODNÍM SYSTÉMU. PŘÍPADOVÁ STUDIE: ČESKÝ STÁT
Changes in the status of actor in the international system. Case study: The Czech State
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The paper looks at the changes of the position of an actor in the international system and their application on the historical evolution of the Czech state. The methodology of the authors from the English school B. Buzan and R. Little has been used in order to determine particular levels of the analysis of the international system: a system, a subsystem, a unit, and a subunit. The author operates with that terminology in a way where he combines various situations where the actor of the international relations can end up in. Consequently, the author simulates the particular positions where the Czech state has been found from its beginning till today: system-unit (Czech state from its beginning to 1490, Czechoslovakia 1918-1938, 1945/48-1989, 1989-1992, Czech Republic 1993-2004), system-subunit (Czech state 1490 – half 17th Century), subsystem – unit (Czech state half 17th Century - half 18th Century), subsystem - subunit (Czech state half 18th Century – 1918), specific pozition (Nazi Protectorat 1939-1945, Communist Czechoslovakia 1948-1989), new Situation (after 2004).
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