Michal Smetana

world politics | international security | political psychology


The 'Commitment Trap' Revisited: Experimental Evidence on Ambiguous Nuclear Threats

Michal Smetana, Marek Vranka, Ondrej Rosendorf

Journal of Experimental Political Science, 2023

Hawks in the making? European public views on nuclear weapons post‐Ukraine

M. Onderco, Michal Smetana, Tom Etienne

Global Policy, 2023

Algorithmic Aversion? Experimental Evidence on the Elasticity of Public Attitudes to “Killer Robots”

Ondřej Rosendorf, Michal Smetana, Marek Vranka

Security Studies, 2023

The lesser evil? Experimental evidence on the strength of nuclear and chemical weapon “taboos”

Michal Smetana, Marek Vranka, Ondrej Rosendorf

Conflict Management and Peace Science, 2022

Ideology and the Red Button: How Ideology Shapes Nuclear Weapons’ Use Preferences in Europe

M. Onderco, Tom Etienne, Michal Smetana

Foreign Policy Analysis, 2022

Autonomous weapons and ethical judgments: Experimental evidence on attitudes toward the military use of “killer robots”.

Ondrej Rosendorf, Michal Smetana, Marek Vranka

Peace and Conflict: Journal of Peace Psychology, Educational Publishing Foundation, 2022

NPT as an antifragile system: How contestation improves the nonproliferation regime

Michal Smetana, J. O’Mahoney

Contemporary Security Policy, 2021

Do Germany and the Netherlands want to say goodbye to US nuclear weapons?

Michal Smetana, M. Onderco, Tom Etienne

Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, 2021

German views on US nuclear weapons in Europe: public and elite perspectives

M. Onderco, Michal Smetana

European Security, 2021

When do the Dutch want to join the nuclear ban treaty? Findings of a public opinion survey in the Netherlands

M. Onderco, Michal Smetana, Sico van der Meer, Tom Etienne

The Nonproliferation Review, 2021

Disarming Arguments: Public Opinion and Nuclear Abolition

Ondrej Rosendorf, Michal Smetana, M. Vranka

Survival, 2021

Voting on the use of armed force *

F. Ostermann, Florian Böller, F. Christiansen, F. Coticchia, Daan Fonck, A. Herranz-Surrallés, Juliet Kaarbo, Kryštof Kučmáš, M. Onderco, Rasmus Brun Pedersen, Tapio Raunio, Yf Reykers, Michal Smetana, V. Vignoli, W. Wagner

Routledge, 2020

Frozen conflicts in world politics: A new dataset

K. Klosek, Vojtěch Bahenský, Michal Smetana, Jan Ludvík

Journal of Peace Research, 2020

Nuclear Weapons and Peaceful Change

Michal Smetana

Oxford University Press, 2020

Theorising indirect coercion: The logic of triangular strategies

Michal Smetana, Jan Ludvík

International Relations, 2019

(De-)stigmatising the outsider: nuclear-armed India, United States, and the global nonproliferation order

Michal Smetana

Journal of International Relations and Development, 2018

A Nuclear Posture Review for the Third Nuclear Age

Michal Smetana

The Washington Quarterly, 2018

The Prague Agenda: An Obituary?

Michal Smetana

New Perspectives: Interdisciplinary Journal of Central & East European Politics and International Relations, 2018

Between war and peace: a dynamic reconceptualization of “frozen conflicts”

Michal Smetana, Jan Ludvík

Asia Europe Journal, 2018

Bringing the outsiders in: an interactionist perspective on deviance and normative change in international politics

Michal Smetana, M. Onderco

Cambridge Review of International Affairs, 2018

India, Pakistan, and the Kashmir dispute: unpacking the dynamics of a South Asian frozen conflict

Š. Ganguly, Michal Smetana, Sannia Abdullah, A. Karmazin

Asia Europe Journal, 2018

Indirect Coercion: Triangular Strategies and International Conflict

Michal Smetana, Jan Ludvik

Charles University / Karolinum Press, 2017

Nuclear proliferation, preventive strikes, and the optimist-pessimist divide

Michal Smetana, Jan Ludvík

The Nonproliferation Review, 2016

The more the merrier: Time for a multilateral turn in nuclear disarmament

Michal Smetana, Ondrej Ditrych

Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, 2015

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