Frankfurt am Main, Berlin, Bern, Bruxelles, New York, Oxford, Wien, 2010. 210 pp.
Content: Petr Drulák: Introduction: How to Explore National Interest and Why – Petr Kratochvíl: National Interest and its
Legitimacy: An Attempt at a New Approach – Vít Beneš: The Demand Side of the EU Enlargement: Understanding our Neighbours
– Mats Braun: Europeanization of the Czech Environmental Policy – Petr Kratochvíl and Ondřej Horký: Eastern Promises? Czech
Ambiguity in the European Neighbourhood – Nik Hynek and Vít Střítecký: The Fortunes of the Czech Discourse on the Missile
Defense – Michal Kořan: Czech Foreign Policy in Austrian and Slovak Newspapers – Mats Braun: The Czech Perspective on the
Future of the EU: No Consensus in the Offing – Elsa Tulmets: The European Neighbourhood Policy: How Does National Identity
Make its Way to Brussels? – Věra Veselá: Human Rights Promotion: Czech Republic and the EU – Mats Braun and Petr Drulák: Conclusions:
National Interests in Foreign Policy.