Doc. Müller is affiliated with the University of Economics in Prague as Head of the Department of Political Science. Doc. Müller is also affiliated with New York University in Prague and Metropolitan University Prague.
Areas of Specialization:
Civil Society, Democracy, Public Sphere, Political Culture, Lobbying, European Identity
Karel B. Müller (2016), Czechs, Civil Society and European Challenges. Between Nationalism and Liberalism or From Ethnic Exclusion to the Active Border, Praha: Stanislav Juhaňák.
Karel B. Müller (2016), ‘Discursive Culture and its Challenges for the Czech Senate,’ in Twenty Years of the Senate of the Parliament of the Czech Republic in Context, Prague: Leges Publishing House, pp. 261-275.
Kamil Fleissner and Karel B. Müller (2016), ‘Radniční listy jako hlásné politické trubky? Local periodicals as indicators of local democratization [Council Newspapers as Mouthpieces of Politicians? Council Newspapers as an Indicator of Democratization at Municipal Level],’ Media Studies (1), pp. 113-139, available here.
Karel B. Müller (2016), ‘What Institution? We are Just Decent People! Causes, Consequences and Solutions of Mistrust in the Representative Boards in the Czech Republic,’ Czech Political Science Review 22(1), pp. 5-39, available here.
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This article presents the social and political causes of Nigeria-EU migration issues concerning unregulated migration that has been affecting the EU. This was done through qualitative and quantitative methodology, which includes interviews, data gathering and documentary analysis. From the findings…
The foremost intent of this article is to investigate the major dynamics that are changing in Ethio-Egyptian hydropolitical relations. To attain this objective the researcher employed case study design, primary and secondary sources of data, and purposive sampling techniques. Despite the fact that…
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