Jan Ludvik is assistant professor at the Department of Security Studies and research fellow at the Center for Security Policy, Charles University, occasional op-ed columnist in Czech newspapers, and father of two little kids. He studied at the Charles University and University of Richmond and holds M.A. in security studies and Ph.D. in international relation. His research interests include deterrence theory and nuclear strategy, proliferation, strategic theory, strategic intelligence, economic warfare, Czech and U.S. security policy. He has written several research articles and book chapters.
Areas of Research / Professional Expertise
deterrence theory; nuclear strategy; proliferation; strategic theory; strategic intelligence; economic warfare; Czech security policy; U.S. security policy.