Vice-Dean Radka Druláková was appointed as a member of the evaluation panel of the Grant Agency (CZ)

Ing. Mgr. Radka Druláková, Ph.D., Vice-Dean for Research and Doctoral Studies, was appointed as a member of the evaluation panel “Legal and political sciences” of the Grant Agency of the Czech Republic (GA ČR). Evaluation panels are expert organs of professional commissions. They elaborate internal opinions as well as prepare documents and recommendations for sessions of professional commissions.

Over the past two terms, doc. Ing. Mgr. Štěpánka Zemanová, Ph.D., Head of Jan Masaryk Centre for International Studies at FIR, was also a member of the panel and even presided it for two past years.

Doc. Ing. Mgr. Radka Druláková, Ph.D is Vice-Dean for Research and Doctoral Studies and an associate professor at Jan Masaryk Centre for International Studies at Faculty of International Relations VŠE where she serves as a guarantor of the Bachelor’s degree program International studies and diplomacy. Her academic field of interests include analysis of foreign policy, justice, and internal affairs of the European Union, for instance, asylum and migration policy as well as security policy. Doc. Ing. Mgr. Radka Druláková, Ph.D teaches International relations and Formation and analysis of foreign policy and diplomacy courses at FIR. She is an author of “Subsidiarity in European Union: Legal principle or Useful token?” monography and a co-author of the 3 further monographies: “International context of Czech sanction policy”, “Czech foreign-policy activism, opportunities and limits”, and “Trends and challenges of contemporary diplomacy. Czech and Slovak perspective”. She took a degree in International political relations at Faculty of International Relations VŠE and International relations at Faculty of Social Sciences of Charles university.