Politics & Economics

Why the ‘Honeymoon is Over’ Between Prague and China

Czech President Milos Zeman’s decision to skip  China’s summit with European leaders in April shows…

Czech Republic May Accept 40 Child Migrants from Greece

Greece has reiterated its request to send children from Greek refugee camps to the Czech…

Shanghai Terminates Sister-City Agreement with Prague

Shanghai Municipality has terminated its sister-city relationship with the city of Prague with immediate effect…

Prague Mayor Unveils Taipei Partnership

Prague Mayor condemned China as an “unreliable partner” and told his city will sign a twinning agreement with Taiwan’s capital Taipei.

Prague’s Former Imam Admits Support of Islamic Fighters

Former Prague imam Samer Shehadeh admitted on Tuesday that he had helped his brother and…

December 31, 1992: The Break-Up of Czechoslovakia

At midnight on 31 December 1992, a state disappeared from the map. Czechoslovakia, which had been forged in the aftermath of World War I, divided. 

Cheaper Beer, More Expensive Cigarettes: What is Changing in 2020

The upcoming year will again be marked by major changes for entrepreneurs and citizens. We…

Zeman Slams Russia’s ‘Insolence’ Over 1968

Czech President Milos Zeman on Friday (December 27) lashed out at Russia’s “insolence” for protesting…

Czech President Uses Christmas Message to Criticize Slow Courts

Czech President Milos Zeman presented his Christmas message on Thursday, drawing attention to the slowness…

Prague to Become 50th Sister City of ‘The City Of Taipei, Taiwan’

The Taipei City Council on Tuesday, December 24, passed the sister city agreement drafted between…