Stories about Czech Republic from July, 2008
Czech Republic: Expensive Water
The Czech Daily Word reports on how Czech restaurants are making money on drinking water: “Generally speaking the purchase prices for a .3L bottle of water in wholesale is CZK 4 (yes, FOUR), but if you go to a restaurant, a coffee house or a similar place, you pay CZK...
Czech Republic: Fear of the Olympic China
The Czech Daily Word explains why “Czech athletes are a little afraid to go to China.”
Czech Republic, China: Pre-Olympics Scandal
The Czech Daily Word reports on the problems in relationship between the Czech Republic and China on the eve of the Olympics.
Russia, US: A Cuba Crisis in the Making
Der Spiegelfechter (GER) comments on rumours in Moscow, according to which Russia might station strategic bombers on Cuba in reply to deployment of the US missile defence system to Poland and the Czech Republic. Is it a new Cuba crisis in the making?
Czech Republic, Slovakia: Czechoslovakia
The Foreigner's Guide to Living in Slovakia lists “a few basic facts” about the region that used to be known as Czechoslovakia.
Czech Republic: Radar Treaty
The Reference Frame writes about the signing of the Czech-U.S. radar treaty – and notes that “among internet […] users, 3/5 of the people do agree with the radar.”
Czech Republic: Top 10 Attractions
The Journeys of Captain Oddsocks writes about the Top Ten Attractions of the Czech Republic.
Czech Republic: The Prague Spring
Dr Sean's Diary writes about the meaning of the Prague Spring.