Friday, 19 December 2014
Opinion | Transitions Online

The Syrian refugee crisis may force the Czech government and most citizens to rethink their 'Who, us?' stance on migration.

Opinion | Radio Prague

Europe has a moral duty to accept refugees from the Middle East and Africa despite the possible risks involved, Czech priest and theologian Tomáš Halík said in a debate on Czech Television on Sunday.

Opinion | Forbes

Czech foreign policy is undergoing a major transformation. After 25 years of advocating for global freedom and democracy, the present administration and its officials are now turning their back on these long-standing principles.

Opinion | Radio Prague

The situation in Duchcov, north Bohemia, where the Social Democrats have entered into a coalition with the ultra-right Workers Social Justice Party and the Communists and its possible implications for the Social Democratic Party have become a hotly debated topic both in political circles and the media.

Opinion | Tribune-Review

Monday last marked the 25th anniversary of the start of the Velvet Revolution in Czechoslovakia.

Opinion | Radio Prague

A series of protests against Czech President Miloš Zeman were staged in Prague and other big cities on Monday, the 25th anniversary of the Velvet Revolution.

Opinion | The Prague Post

'For me … the more enduring symbol of the zeitgeist was the Velvet Revolution'

Opinion | Transitions Online

Overcome with nostalgia for the wonder of 25 years ago, TOL's columnist offers his own definition of 'transformation fatigue.'

Opinion | TOL

The country is jettisoning one of the keys to its post-revolution identity, and nobody seems to care.

Opinion | The Guardian

Since Czechoslovakia split in 1993, there have been too many lost years.

Opinion | Transitions Online

The grouping of central European countries has been strained before, but this time feels different.

Opinion | Transitions Online

The Czech leader's remarks on NATO and Russia are a source of worry and puzzlement in some quarters.

Opinion | Transitions Online

Is a successful "trademark" still working in the current political climate and could it survive an existential crisis? The answer to this question is key for the Visegrad Four – the most visible cooperative project of post-communist countries in central Europe.

Opinion | The Huffington Post

When, in 2003, some 78% of Czechs voted in in favor of joining the European Union, the mood in the country was optimistic.

Opinion | Prague Post/ČTK

Czech president once compared Yasser Arafat to Adolf Hitler