Prague Security Studies Institute
The Prague Security Studies Institute (PSSI), based in Prague, Czech Republic, 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.
Partnering with large multinational corporations
PSSI's Corporate Council Program, according to their website, "was established in the fall of 2003 in recognition of the educational benefits of integrating the management and decision-making skills of leading business executives from across the globe into the life and future growth of PSSI." 
Their strategy "involves constructing mutually reinforcing relationships between large multinational corporations and PSSI. Interested companies would, for example, send executives to conduct informal seminars with our security scholars, assist in supporting the Institute financially and, where appropriate, mentor one or more of our students on certain business and public policy 'case studies.'" 
- Oldrich Cerny, PSSI Executive Director and Co-Founder, Former National Security Advisor to the President of Czechoslovakia and Former Director General of the Czech Foreign Intelligence Service
- Roger W. Robinson, Jr., PSSI Co-Founder, Former Senior Director of International Economic Affairs at the U.S. National Security Council
- William F. Martin, Chair of Corporate Council, Former Executive Secretary of the U.S. National Security Council, Special Assistant to President Ronald Reagan and Deputy Secretary of the U.S. Department of Energy
- Jiri Schneider, Program Director, Former Political Director of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Czech Republic
- Konosuke Sugiura, Senior Adviser, Born in Tokyo, Also Vice President of Washington Policy & Analysis
- Petr Lang, Program Coordinator
- Jan Havranek, Program Coordinator
- Pavel Fidler, Program Coordinator
- Jan Marian, Project Consultant
- Jana Kosarkova, Development Manager
International Advisory Board: 
- Vaclav Havel, Playwright, Political activist, Former President of Czechoslovakia
- Elie Wiesel, Chairman of the U.S. President’s Commission on the Holocaust
- R. James Woolsey, Former Director of U.S. Central Intelligence Agency
- El Hassan bin Talal, Prince of the Jordanian Hashemite Royal Dynasty, President of the Club of Rome
- Adam Michnik, Editor-in-chief of Polish newspaper, Gazeta Wyborcza
- Alexandr Vondra, Former Foreign Policy Advisor to President Vaclav Havel
- Dorothy Stapleton, Wife of former U.S. Ambassador to the Czech Republic, Craig Stapleton
- Michael Zantovsky, Former Spokesman for President Vaclav Havel, Former Czechoslovak Ambassador to the United States
- Robert Pfaltzgraff, Founder and President of the Institute for Foreign Policy Analysis
- Timothy Garton Ash, Senior Fellow of the Hoover Institution
- Michael Novak, Director of Social and Political Studies at the American Enterprise Institute in Washington, D.C.
- Nobuya Minami, Former President of the Tokyo Electric Power, Inc., biggest electricity producer in Japan
Executive Committee: 
- R. Daniel McMichael, Chairman, Former Chairman of President Reagan’s Strategic Minerals Task Force, Currently secretary for the Sarah Scaife and Carthage Foundations
- James Q. Whitaker, Director of Laboratories at the Pathology Institute of Middle Georgia
- Curtin Winsor, Jr., Former U.S. Ambassador to Costa Rica, Special Emissary to the Middle East for President-elect Ronald Reagan, Manager for International Affairs of the Washington Office of Chase Manhattan Bank
- Jan Ruml, Former Senator of the Czech Parliament serving as a Vice-Chairman of the Senate
- Ingrid Aielli, Fundraiser and Restaurateur, her restaurant, Teatro Goldoni, is one of Washington, DC’s most frequented by the policymaking community
- Antonín Berdych, President of the Association for International Affairs
- Jan Jirak, Former Chairman of the Czech Television Council
- Alejandro Chafuen, CEO of the Atlas Economic Research Foundation
- Frank J. Gaffney, Jr., Founder and President of the (U.S.) Center for Security Policy
Board of Directors: 
- Jiri Pehe, Chairman, Former Director of Central European Research at Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty, Former Director of East European Studies at Freedom House, Former Director of the Political Department of President Vaclav Havel
- Josef Jarab, Vice Chairman of the Liberal, Democratic and Reformers group of Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe, Currently a Senator of the Czech Parliament
- William F. Martin, Chairman, PSSI Corporate Council, Former Special Assistant to President Ronald Reagan
- David Elliman, Chairman, Elmrock Capital, Inc.
Supporting foundations and institutions
- Atlas Economic Research Foundation
- Canadian Defence & Foreign Affairs Institute
- Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Czech Republic
- Embassy of the United States Prague-Czech Republic
- German Marshall Fund of the United States (GMF)
- International Visegrad Fund (IVF)
- Foundation for Advanced Education in the Sciences (FAES)
- Shalem Institute for Spiritual Formation
- Open Society Fund Prague
- Charles University in Prague
- New York University in Prague
- Masaryk University Czech Republic
- Center for EU Enlargement Studies
- International Relations and Security Network (ISN)
- JAGELLO Association for Euro-Atlantic Cooperation
- Association for International Affairs (AMO)
- International Institute of Political Science, Masaryk University
- Interdisciplinary Center Herzliya
- Institute for Transitional Democracy and International Security (ITDIS)
- Institute for Public Policy (IPP)
- Center for International Relations
Current and past supporting corporations
- CEZ Group
- Czech Coal Group
- MARSH, Inc.
- Czech Airlines
- RWE Transgas
- OMV Group
- Appian Group
- Telefonica O2 Czech Republic
- PPF Group
118 00 Prague 1
Phone/Fax: +420 233 355 735
The Townhouse, Levels 3&4
1002 Wisconsin Avenue, NW
Washington, DC 20007
Email: info AT pssiwashington.org
- Corporate Council Program, Prague Security Studies Institute, accessed January 2008.
- Staff, Prague Security Studies Institute, accessed January 2008.
- International Advisory Board, Prague Security Studies Institute, accessed January 2008.
- Executive Committee, Prague Security Studies Institute, accessed January 2008.
- Board of Directors, Prague Security Studies Institute, accessed January 2008.
- Foundations and Institutions, Prague Security Studies Institute, accessed January 2008.
- Corporations, Prague Security Studies Institute, accessed January 2008.
- Beth Potter and Jana Donovan, "Bush in Prague", The Prague Post, May 30, 2007.
- Edwin Chen and Brendan Murray, "Bush Says Democracy Spread Inevitable, Rebukes Russia", Bloomberg.com, June 5, 2007.
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