Prague Twin

Tuesday, October 02, 2007

Round Up

Some little bits that you might find interesting....

The radar issue finally made the front page of the Herald-Tribune and can be seen here on the NY Times site (but for how long, no one knows).


Klaus met Cheney regarding the radar issue. Klaus is paraphrased in the article...

Klaus said it is necessary to address the Czech public that has taken a rather negative stand on the radar project. The result cannot be anticipated. The democratic process of decision-making must be respected, he told Cheney.

No one knows if Cheney understood or gives a flying hoot about that last part.


An old Communist MP who served as a prison guard during communist rule says he was just doing his job. He has been stripped of his immunity and now faces trial.


A look at capitalism's underbelly. Not as snowy white as you might suspect.


And finally, today is Mahatma Gandhi's birthday. The international day of non-violence is being observed in Prague. How about in your neck of the woods?



  • Hmm...I don't think there was much ado here in Providence, RI with regards to International Non-Violence Day. This is a shame, of course. Did you make it out to the Prague event?

    By Blogger Jeb Koogler, at 8:26 AM  

  • No, I couldn't make it unfortunately. I would have liked to do a post on the event.

    By Blogger Praguetwin, at 11:16 PM  

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