Nuclear energy is dangerous. Obviously. But, in Central Europe, not in the way you might think. In this region, nuclear energy is an extremely dangerous and potent political weapon and economic lever.
A prominent member of the Czech Romani community laments “a near-complete inability to warn Roma about the dangers of Covid itself.”
Much of Central Europe is basking in relief over Biden’s victory. The euphoria may be short-lived.
A leading Czech Roma activist lashes out against the government’s failure to address the situation of socially excluded groups during the pandemic. First of a two-part series.
A school in a deprived area earns accolades for breaking down traditional barriers between educators, parents, and pupils.
The pandemic policies of the Polish, Czech, and Slovak prime ministers in the past few weeks have been marked by unexpected moves, contradictory remarks, and last-minute decisions.
The Czech Republic went from being a leader in the fight against Covid-19 to a disaster in less than six months. What happened?
A conversation with author Katerina Tuckova, whose novel, soon to appear in English, addresses the postwar expulsion and mass murder of the Czech Germans.
A grandiose waterway scheme has some heavyweight backers, but doubts persist, and a possible Czech government shakeup could scupper it.