Prague Security Studies Institute

Prague Security Studies Institute

Prague Security Studies Institute

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The Prague Security Studies Institute (PSSI) is a non-profit, non-governmental organization established in early 2002 to advance the building of a just, secure, democratic, free-market society in the Czech Republic and other post-communist states. Its co-founder Roger W. Robinson, Jr. is a former chairman of the William J. Casey Institute of the Center for Security Policy (CSP). The PSSI has a host of neoconservative connections and evolved out of the 1998 establishment of the National Security Assessments ProgramHistory, , Prague Security Studies Institute, Accessed 11-June-2009.

According to its website:

"PSSI's mission is to help build an ever-growing group of informed and security-minded policy-makers dedicated to the development of democratic institutions and values in the Czech Republic and its regional neighbors. PSSI offers programs that meet the critical requirement to equip new generations of young leaders to manage the complex, security-related challenges of the 21st century.".


The founding of PSSI was the result of nearly four years of planning and development. In 1998, the National Security Assessments Program (NSA) was created as an independent program within the Civic Institute, one of the Czech Republic’s first non-profit policy groups founded following the Velvet Revolution. The initial focus of the NSA Program was to enrich the national and regional debates with...
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