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The New Presence


Issue no.2 - Summer /2005


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Content    
Editor's Notes    
A look at events in the Czech Republic as well as key stories from Central and Eastern Europe from the last few months    
Intangible justice    
Hybášková Talks    
Compensation, and what’s in a name    
No Apology    
America Rediscovers Europe Has European integration taken the US by surprise?    
A Failed Attempt at Needed Reform The debate to modernise the German Constitution heats up    
Too Tolerant of the Intolerant: Holland is dealing with the same problem of failed assimilation...    
The Flat Tax Revolution    
Romania’s Journey A young journalist reports on the country’s past and future prospects    
Liberators as well as Murderers Romanians During the Second World War    
“Co s tím nadelaš? -What will you change?” The roots of Czech political apathy    
Coming Back or Coming Home? Many Czech exiles are finding that home is no longer the country that they ran from    
Circles Left Open Sixty years ago, the Second World War ended. But for Czechs, the end of the war brought many problems that linger to this day.    
Guard Dog or Yelping Pup? A report on the state of Czech Journalism    
Czech Weeklies Reviewed Following our review of Czech daily papers in our last edition, we continue in our review of the Czech press...    
Translated Title: Czech Weeklies Reviewed Following our review of Czech daily papers in our last edition, we continue in our review of the Czech press...
Publication: The New Presence (2 - Summer/2005)
Author Name: Vojtechovská, Martina; Jirák, Jan;
Language: English
Subject: Sociology / Social Sciences
Issue: 2 - Summer/2005
Page Range: 33-36
No. of Pages: 4
File size: 228 KB
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From Best Friend to Worst Enemy The Changing Relationship Between Cuba and the Czech Republic    
Reader Questionnaire    
Oh, to be a Leader Democracy needs strong leaders...well, sometimes.    
Leaders, If You Please It’s not about whether we need good leaders, but about what we can do to find them    
No More Leaders    
Edvard Munch’ s Prague Debut A hundred years ago, a unique exhibition of Edvard Munch took place in Prague    
What inspires me most is rage Interview with David Černy    
Twenty Seconds A sci-fi story about the “Heart”, which stands at the beginning of all things    
What’s in a symbol?    
Who’s Behind This? An excerpt from our sister publication Pfiítomnost, January 1930, which demonstrates that very little has changed.    
Letter from ... Berlin    
Europe Divided