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· November, 2007

Stories about Czech Republic from November, 2007

Czech Republic: Discussion of Actress’ Son's Death Banned

When a Czech actress’ infant son died, a number of Czech newspapers closed down discussions of this story on their sites, a step the Czech Daily Word disapproves of: “Being...

Czech Republic: Lawmakers on Buses and the Law

Czech PMs “will no longer ride for free on bus lines operated by private companies,” the Czech Daily Word reports.

Hungary: Open Letter to Slovakia

Pestcentric writes an open letter to Slovakia: “Last year you even had garage bands calling for the destruction of Hungary. This is just not good. It seems that being in...

Slovakia: Dubček's Legacy

Dr. Sean's Diary discusses about ways of looking at Alexander Dubček's legacy: “Possibly, we should think back beyond the humanism and apple pie to remember the more authoritarian impulses during...

Czech Republic: Reckless Driving

Petr Bokuvka of The Czech Daily Word argues that the Czech football star who was caught driving his Ferrari at more than twice the 130km/h speed limit, deserves a harsh...

Czech Republic: “Foreigners Smell”

“Foreigners smell” – or so it seems to the Czech employees of Foxconn IT company in Pardubice, The Czech Daily Word reports.

Former Soviet Union: Migration Syllabus

J. Otto Pohl shares a syllabus for a Migration and Borders class that he will be teaching at American University of Central Asia in Spring 2008. Topics covered include the...

Eastern Europe: Diary of a Correspondent

Edward Lucas reposts his diary from a recent trip to Estonia and Poland and the Czech Republic. Itching for Eestimaa comments on a few of the points made by Lucas.

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