Michal Kubát is a Professor of Political Science at the Institute of International Studies of the Faculty of Social Science, Charles University.
Michal Kubát is a Professor of Political Science at the Institute of International Studies of the Faculty of Social Science, Charles University. He studied Political Science at the Charles University in Prague. In 2005 he obtained a doctoral degree in Area Studies. Four years later he became an Associate Professor and in 2019 full professor of Political Science. Apart from teaching at his alma mater, Michal Kubát has been also a lecturer at the New York University in Prague. He has also taught at the Jagiellonian University in Cracow where he spent part of his studies. Michal Kubát has published several monographs in Czech, English, Polish and German. He is the author of numerous scholarly articles and the recipient of multiple grants. In his research, Michal Kubát focuses on comparative politics (especially democratic and non-democratic regimes) and the political systems of Central Europe, especially Czech Republic and Poland.
Presidential election in the Czech Republic, 13-14 January 2023
Introduction The 2023 Czech presidential election occurred at a time of political tension and societal fatigue caused by the coronavirus pandemic and the war in Ukraine. From a domestic political perspective, the election, which took place approximately one and a half years after the narrow defeat of populist forces in the 2021 parliamentary vote, was … Continuedlire l'article