The popularity of “American” football in the lands of Bohemia and Moravia has been growing as local talent and foreign imports team up for the love of the game.
Newly discovered compounds appear to be effective against the viruses that cause Zika and other diseases, but years are needed to develop human vaccines.
In defending Russia, the Czech head of state adopts the Kremlin’s approach to the facts.
What does a reality show about a Roma class say about the Czech Republic’s education system? From Respekt.
The country is jettisoning one of the keys to its post-revolution identity, and nobody seems to care.
Some of the worst brutality of Communist Czechoslovakia happened in a place most people have never heard of. Part 2.
A study called The Czech Population’s Skills in the Environment of Information Technology, compared the Czech Republic with other participating countries in the sphere of IT capabilities, revealing many promising trends.
If the Czech president is sincere about wanting to re-invite Uzbekista’s dictator for a visit, there are some things he should know.
The Czech president’s defense of a now-canceled visit from Uzbekista’s dictator was strangely off-point and uninformed. The just-announced cancellation of a planned visit to Prague by Uzbekistani strongman Islam Karimov should put to rest the controversy over whether the invitation should ever have been extended. But it won’t put to rest questions over how informed some in Prague Castle are about the foreign affairs they’re conducting. The ruckus was sparked by Czech President Miloš Zeman’s invitation to Karimov.
A society that keeps looking in the rear-view mirror is bound to crash into something.