DOX Centre for Contemporary Art displays posters marking the 100th anniversary of the Russian Revolution.
Commemorating the 1989 Velvet Revolution: Czechs are no longer as free to protest, as they think.
A New York Times documentary sums it up.
Open letter to the Prague literary establishment.
...are reserved for those who witness injustice and remain silent.
In 2013, the Czech Republic, the world's biggest consumer of beer per capita, was also the fattest country in Europe.
Trump-Putin alliance could spell disaster for former eastern bloc.
...I want to see your face.
That day was particularly overcast and sullen. The church looked somber and shadowy. We could not feel the full extravagance of the structures.
Russia is at war with Ukraine and is occupying its territory, the International Criminal Court ruled.
Hungary: an oligarch, the media and the government.
Many romanticize freedom extensively, but they forget that only the harshness of ‘unfreedom’ makes freedom so precious
While Prague is home to immigrant communities from countries like Nigeria and Vietnam, the mostly homogenous city remains stubbornly unwelcoming.
Czech monetary history reveals ties to the monarchy with one very important feature: the currency.
"Zeman insists that the article "Hitler is a Gentleman" was written by Peroutka and that it exists. Ovčáček will keep on searching."
What is the fascism that was not removed, but seems to have thrived after the Second World War?