Stories about Czech Republic from February, 2007
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.”
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...
Arellanes.com recommends hotels in Prague.
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.”
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...
NvB: Bored in Brno? discovers a cafe that serves Middle Eastern fast food in Brno.