Stories about Czech Republic from February, 2009
Czech Republic: Vaclav Klaus’ EU Speech
Czechmatediary writes about “a passionate response” to the Czech president's speech at the European Parliament.
Czech Republic: Prague Filming Fees
The Czech Daily Word writes that “Budapest, Vienna and other cities” are likely to replace Prague as “a favorite spot for American filmmakers” – due to newly-introduced filming fees.
Czech Republic: The Czech Switzerland National Park
The Journeys of Captain Oddsocks writes about the Czech Switzerland National Park.
Czech Republic, EU: Motherhood Politics
Czechmatediary writes that “the European Parliament fears that the Czechs will make all of the EU women become unappreciated stay-home moms.”
Russia, U.S.: Biden's Remarks in Munich
Transatlantic Politics writes: “So Biden has made quite an impact with his “hit the reset button” with Russia remark at the Munich security conference over the week-end. But this comes as bad news for Eastern European countries such as Poland, the Czech Republic or Romania – hailed as “special partners”...
Czech Republic: HIV/AIDS
Czechmatediary writes about HIV/AIDS in the Czech Republic.
Czech Republic: Olomouc Astronomical Clock
The Journeys of Captain Oddsocks writes about the Olomouc astronomical clock.
Czech Republic: Trains
CzechFolks.com writes about the Bohemian Train and efforts to improve the image of the Czech Railways.