The country has recently begun to wrestle with how it will meet its energy needs in the future, and more nuclear power seems to be topping the list of options.
Tuesday marked exactly 125 years since the opening of Prague’s National Theatre.
Using documentary films and interaction with real people who lived through those times, the Stories of Injustice project attempts to shed light on a period that barely features on the mainstream Czech curriculum.
Czech-born British author and journalist Benjamin Kuras was one of many expatriates who witnessed the fall of communism in Czechoslovakia from abroad.
In December 1969, Sekyra was part of the American operation Deep Freeze which studied conditions in Antarctica, but that was just one of his many different accomplishments.
The Czech Republic boasts one of the lowest rates of prenatal and natal mortalities in the world, yet paradoxically, criticism of Czech maternity hospitals is growing.
Czechs say if you do see a chimney sweep you should grab hold of a button for good luck.
Barack Obama’s motto during the presidential campaign was “Change We Need”. My first question to Ambassador Richard Graber was what changes he thought the American people were looking for.
Art historian Anna Fárová has worked tirelessly for 60 years to promote the great Czech photographers. She catalogued the complete works of František Drtikol, inherited Josef Sudek’s estate, and worked closely with Josef Koudelka.
On his state visit to Ireland next week, President Václav Klaus plans to meet Irish euro-sceptic Declan Ganley. Some Irish politicians complain Klaus is meddling in Ireland’s internal affairs.