Stories about Czech Republic from February, 2007
Eastern Europe: Anti-Missile Defense
Alaskan Abroad looks at the anti-missile defense program from a dual perspective: as an Alaskan and “as a sometime-resident of the Czech Republic.”
Czech Rebublic: Havel in D.C.
An Alaskan Abroad writes about former Czech President Vaclav Havel's appearance – along with other dissidents – at the award ceremony in Washington, D.C.: “On the war in Iraq, Havel, while saying he was not against the use of force in some instances, warned against attempts to export democracy by...
Czech Rebublic: Prague Hotels
Arellanes.com recommends hotels in Prague.
Czech Republic: Ethnic Kazakh Minister
Leila of neweurasia.net writes about one of the four Green Party ministers in the newly-formed Czech government – Dzhamila Stehlikova, an ethnic Kazakh born in Almaty, Kazakhstan: “Appointed as a minister without portfolio, pani Stehlikova is responsible for the policies in the sphere of ethnic minorities and human rights.”
Czech Republic: A Message to Condoleezza Rice
On one wall in Brno, the second-largest Czech city, there's a collective letter to U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice. When Swobodin v Brne discovered it, he asked a friend to do an English translation of the text that appears next to Ms. Rice's portrait and a reproduction of a...
Czech Rebublic: Shawarma in Brno
NvB: Bored in Brno? discovers a cafe that serves Middle Eastern fast food in Brno.