The wave of criticism is already starting to sound in the United States. In part due to the prestigious Wall Street Journal’s shift to general news.
Rupert Murdoch will appear before British legislators to explain that he personally didn’t know about the corrupt practices of journalists of his London paper News of [Read more]
Readers of the Friday edition of “Audit” may have the feeling that the author has gone crazy. The thing is that I mentioned that Thursday’s data on new job creation by the American private sector is altogether encouraging and if confirmed, may mean a turn in American economic development.
But even though the [Read more]
The space shuttle program has exhausted its possibilities after 30 years, and there are plenty of economic and scientific arguments for its termination. The end of shuttle flights is surely a metaphor for the present reality of an America looking inward toward the depths of its budget and into the abyss of its debts [Read more]
The question is to what extent Obama will manage to convince the public that he’s the one to raise America up, and to what extent Americans will believe him.
It is perhaps very surprising, but the Americans have taken aim once again at al-Qaida’s leader.
Speculation arose about a month ago on the possibility of Arnold Schwarzenegger becoming the next permanent chairman of the European Union, the so-called president of the E.U. Now, a likely rival has been found in former British Prime Minister Tony Blair. What else has happened in the EU in the past week? There was [Read more]
The head of Czech diplomacy will meet with his American counterpart Hillary Clinton on his U.S. tour. He intends to advocate changes in the mutual agreement on investment protection, which is unfavorably structured for the Czech Republic.
One of the most important points of today’s talks between Czech foreign [Read more]
<b>After just one weekend, the Peter Nikolaev film has 50,000 viewers to its credit and is confidently dominating the box office charts. Distributors in the U.S., Asia and Israel have expressed interest in “Lidice” as well. </b>
Producer Adam Dvořák can finally take it easy after weeks of troublesome, [Read more]
Barack Obama has been to Prague twice, but he arrives in Warsaw today for the first time. No matter how important his visits on the Vltava, however, their theme was neither Prague, nor the Czech Republic, nor Central Europe, but rather Obama’s agenda of global nuclear disarmament.
Prague was an honorary stage, but [Read more]