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Interview with Muzaffer Şenel

TNP writer Melissa Rossi traveled to Istanbul and spoke to Professor Muzaffer Şenel about issues concerning Turkey...

Healthcare and The Court, Part IV

A critical analysis of the Supreme Court’s role in America’s healthcare debate – Part IV – Broken systems and broken trust: Is there a cure for this illness?

Healthcare and The Court, Part III.

Third part of a critical analysis of the Supreme Court’s role in America’s healthcare debate. The gloves come off: Is law simply politics in black robes?

Healthcare and The Court, Part II.

Second part of a critical analysis of the Supreme Court’s role in America’s healthcare debate. A polarized debate is not really a debate and offers no cure.

Healthcare and The Court

A critical analysis of the Supreme Court’s role in America’s healthcare debate – Part I., In the thick of it once again: Oyez! Oyez! Oyez!

The farce of a government (not) breaking-up again

No power can possibly force the Czech government to resign if they want to keep their posts. Not even the demise of one of the parties forming it.

The Myth of Czech Tolerance

Study reveals widening gap between acceptance of homosexuality in the Czech Republic and other countries.

Muslims in America

Like any ordinary American teenager, Aadila Jaka, 21, used to dread waking up for school. She would linger over her morning cereal, dawdle before getting dressed, and draw out the five-block walk from her South Florida townhouse to campus. But unlike just any ordinary American teenager, Jaka would also steel herself for another day of taunts, threats and dirty looks brought on by her religious background.

Predicting Russia’s 2012 Presidential Election

During a panel discussion at the American Center on Thursday 9 June, experts shed light on the uncertainty and speculation shrouding Russia’s upcoming presidential election.

Safe harbor, ahoy!

This week, during questions to government in Parliament, Prime Minister Nečas called the Czech Republic a safe harbor in the rough seas of the financial crisis.

Běla Kolářová (accompanied by Tomáš Vaněk)

The exhibition in Prague´s Fotograf Gallery presented a set of works from the end of the 50´s and the beginning of the 60´s gathered into a single private collection.

Garaudy´s last dance

The announcement of the death of the French philosopher Roger Garaudy (98) could be summarised in a short statement such as: „a controversial thinker has died“,  if the controversies regarding this philosopher hadn´t been so particularly relevant and interesting for the Czechs.

A reform to improve cramming

What to do and what will be done with Czech education? An interview with Daniel Kroupa, Czech politician and philosopher.

Over my Czech body

Last look at the protests against higher education reform.

A specialization in destruction

In Latvia today society is being torn apart by devilish games. Revolutions have caused more destruction than renewal and nationalists fighting with their "enemies" only obscures reality.

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