Saturday, 24 June 2017

Politics

Dealing intelligently with the spy services

Czech Position |
22 July 2011

Specific legislation is required for the intelligence services including provisions for out-going directors.

Foreign Min: There is an expert consensus on Russia

Leaders Magazine |
21 July 2011

An interview with Martin Košatka, Director of the Department of Northern and Eastern Europe, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Czech Republic.

Senate backs anti-communist recognition

Czech Position |
21 July 2011

A move to recognize and reward active opponents of the Communist regime in former Czechoslovakia has taken a big step forward.

PM seeks anonymous political campaigning ban

Czech Position |
20 July 2011

PM Petr Nečas presents a seven-point plan to ban surreptitious political campaigning and render financing more transparent.

Lobbying delays new head of energy regulator

Czech Position |
19 July 2011

One can only hope that the ruling coalition won't allow a puppet of powerful energy firms to head the energy regulator.

TOP 09 backs Kalousek

Prague Post |
15 July 2011

Party says the finance minister is innocent in ProMoPro affair.

VV boss Vít Bárta faces August immunity showdown

Czech Position |
15 July 2011

Lower house of parliament looks likely to vote at the end of August on whether to hand VV’s Vít Bárta over to the police.

Understanding US-Czech relations on missile defense

ISN Insights |
14 July 2011

The recent Czech decision to not host part of a US early warning system has nothing to do with the Czechs' overall enthusiasm for missile defense – nor their willingness to take on a greater role in the future.

The Court of Justice of the European Union - from timely prerequisites to better quality legislation

Leaders Magazine |
14 July 2011

A talk with Martin Smolek, Agent for the Czech Republic.

A third man in Kyiv?

TOL |
13 July 2011

A Czech-Ukrainian spy affair prompts some Czech commentators to speculate that the trail leads to Moscow.

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