Dr. Hynek is affiliated with Metropolitan University Prague where he is the Head of the Department of Security Studies and Charles University as an Associate Professor.
Areas of Specialization:
Security Studies, Strategic Studies and International Relations Theory
Nikola Hynek (2017), ‘Regime Theory as IR Theory: Reflection on Three Waves of ‘Isms,’’ Central European Journal of International and Security Studies 11(1): 11-30, available here.
Nikola Hynek and Michal Smetana (eds.) (2016), Global Nuclear Disarmament: Strategic, Political, and Regional Perspectives, London: Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group.
Nikola Hynek and Michal Smetana (2016), ‘Nuclear Disarmament: Prague Moments and Analytical Remarks,’ in Global Nuclear Disarmament: Strategic, Political, and Regional Perspectives, London: Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, pp. 1-11.
Nikola Hynek (2015), ‘Czech Strategic Narrative on Afghanistan: Ideological Reactiveness and Domestic Political Contestation,’ in Beatrice de Graaf, George Dimitriu and Jens Ringsmose (eds.) Strategic Narratives, Public Opinion, and War, London: Routledge, pp. 118-137.
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