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dc.contributor.advisorŠanc, David
dc.contributor.authorDolejšková, Kateřina
dc.contributor.refereeCabadová Waisová, Šárka
dc.date.accepted2013-05-31
dc.date.accessioned2014-02-06T13:01:30Z
dc.date.available2012-06-30cs
dc.date.available2014-02-06T13:01:30Z
dc.date.issued2013
dc.date.submitted2013-05-10
dc.identifier51418
dc.identifier.urihttp://hdl.handle.net/11025/10364
dc.description.abstractTato práce analyzuje bezpečnostn hrozby v Malace.Tyto hrozby nesekuritizují pouze státy ležící na pobřeží Malackého průlivu, ale i státy, které tuto úžinu využívají k námořní dopravě a na její funkčnosti jsou plně závislé. Analýza se zaměřuje na hrozby, které jsou shodné pro všechny zkoumané státy, a které jsou odlišné, a hledá důvody těchto rozdílů. Dále se práce věnuje konkrétním řešením sekuritizovaných hrozeb a došla k závěru, že konkrátní přístupy jednotlivých zemí jsou velmi odlišné, ba dokonce se zde odehrává mocenský souboj vlivu mezi Čínou a USA, který ovlivňu spolpráci mezi zkoumanými aktéry.cs
dc.format110 s. (179 055 znaků)cs
dc.format.mimetypeapplication/pdf
dc.language.isocscs
dc.publisherZápadočeská univerzita v Plznics
dc.rightsPlný text práce je přístupný bez omezení.cs
dc.subjectMalacká úžinacs
dc.subjectMalaccacs
dc.subjectbezpečnostcs
dc.subjectenergetická bezpečnostcs
dc.subjectBuzancs
dc.subjectMalajsiecs
dc.subjectIndonésiecs
dc.subjectSingapurcs
dc.subjectAsiecs
dc.subjectterorismuscs
dc.subjectnámořní dopravacs
dc.subjectsekuritizacecs
dc.subjectpirátstvícs
dc.subjectASEANcs
dc.titleBezpečnostní problematika Malacké úžinycs
dc.title.alternativeSecurity issue of Strait of Malaccaen
dc.typediplomová prácecs
dc.thesis.degree-nameMgr.cs
dc.thesis.degree-levelNavazujícícs
dc.thesis.degree-grantorZápadočeská univerzita v Plzni. Fakulta filozofickács
dc.description.departmentKatedra politologie a mezinárodních vztahůcs
dc.thesis.degree-programPolitologiecs
dc.description.resultNeobhájenocs
dc.rights.accessopenAccessen
dc.description.abstract-translatedThis thesis analyzes the security threats in the Malacca Strait. These threats affect not only littoral states in the Malacca Straits, but also threaten states which the channel uses for maritime navigation. The analysis focuses on securitized threats and measures against these threats. These littoral states securitizing same threats in the Malacca Strait, which include terrorism, piracy, natural disasters, maritime collision, robbery and loss of sovereignty in national waters. It turns out that there is a big difference between Singapore approach to cooperation and other states in the Malacca Strait. Singapore seeks cooperation especially with the littoral states and is open to cooperation, especially within ASEAN and the Western powers. Malaysia and Indonesia cooperate together and with Singapore, but is very concerned about the loss of national sovereignty. For this reason, they prefer cooperation on the basis of financial contributions, technological development and training interventions at sea. Having a look at the countries which use the Malacca Strait to shipping, it can be found that they securitize a slightly different threat than littoral states. They agree with threats such as terrorism, piracy, and others, however unlike the littoral states are afraid of closing the strait, it would have enormous consequences for these countries. For these reasons, they try as much as possible to cooperate with the littoral states to ensure security in the Strait. For example, Japan provides to littoral states financial injection to improve the ensuring security in the Strait. Another finding of this analysis is that there is a balance of power between China and the USA. These states try to provide security in the Malacca Strait and to defend its national interests, especially energy security. This analysis concluded that the perception of threats in the Malacca Strait varies by securitization actor. However, the action against these threats from the different actors is very similar - mainly resulting in cooperation, even though this is done in favor of different national interests.en
dc.subject.translatedMalaccaen
dc.subject.translatedMalacca straiten
dc.subject.translatedsecurityen
dc.subject.translatedenergy securityen
dc.subject.translatedBuzanen
dc.subject.translatedMalaysiaen
dc.subject.translatedIndonesiaen
dc.subject.translatedSingaporeen
dc.subject.translatedAsieen
dc.subject.translatedthreaten
dc.subject.translatedterrorismen
dc.subject.translatedsea transporten
dc.subject.translatedsecuritizationen
dc.subject.translatedpiracyen
dc.subject.translatedASEANen
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