Monday, 17 June 2019
Opinion | The Globe Post

Demonstrators protest against Babiš' corruption, but somehow, they are not particularly bothered by the fact that the whole system is rotten and other politicians and oligarchs also steal in the Czech Republic.

Opinion | Transitions Online

1989 and 2019 in Prague and Beijing. From Sinopsis.

Opinion | Transitions Online

In the face of massive street demonstrations, the Czech prime minister must be hoping that the holidays bring the warm winds of apathy.

Opinion | Financial Times

EU has sticks when it comes to misuse of funds and it should use them to the full

Opinion | Transitions Online

A station whose management openly instructed reporters to put a negative slant on migration is about to join the American network's stellar international team.

Opinion | Bloomberg

The Czech Republic proposes the highest digital tax rate in Europe so far and a focus on targeted advertising.

Opinion | Visegrad Insight

How the anti-corruption fight and the debt collection business opened the doors for populists and nationalists

Opinion | CU Media

Charles University lecturer and researcher at the Centre for Security Policy, Dr. Michal Smetana, talks about what is needed to counter fake news.

Opinion | Transitions Online

Billion-dollar purchases are escalating, and not all of the added value is military-related.

Opinion | Foreign Policy

How has the Czech Republic avoided the nationalist populism tearing apart Poland and Hungary? By not taking itself too seriously.

Opinion | Transitions Online

Despite vibrant economic growth and unemployment rates at their lowest in over two decades, there's a lot to worry about.

Business | Opinion | Forbes

Just like in the U.S. it is the president and his deeds that divide the society in the Czech Republic. The lack of leadership able to unite the nation and evoke a clear vision echoes heavily among the wealthiest Czechs. Some enter politics themselves; others buy media to get a grip on the public affairs. Karel Komárek, worth USD 3.2 billion, embraces a different approach.

Opinion | Transitions Online

Local elections in the Czech Republic and Poland demonstrate that not all is lost.

Opinion | ECFR.eu

Having so far ignored the Czech Republic's interest in working with it, Berlin has a chance to help the country join new coalitions.

Opinion | PoliticalCritique.org

Last weekend's Czech local elections brought a sharp turn in the political discourse towards the alt-right when even the established mainstream "conservative" parties embraced a rhetoric of hate and racism. Aside from about a million ethical quandaries, the main question is – did it work?