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Is Milos Zeman's remorse genuine over his pro-Russian stance?
Zeman made a resounding volte-face after the full-scale Russian invasion of Ukraine. But not everyone is buying his sincerity.
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Czech unemployment is the lowest in Europe. That may be a bad thing.
The European nation is struggling to find workers.
In Moravia, Bohemians are warned to Czech their privilege
Moravians want to see greater recognition of their regional identity. They may be fighting a losing battle.
Taiwan is making new friends in Europe. China isn't happy about it.
Lithuania and the Czech Republic have both begun to normalise relations with Taiwan. But Beijing is hitting back.
Czech left-wing parties are at rock bottom. Can they make a comeback?
The communists and social democrats failed to win any seats at the last Czech election. Where do they go from here?
Why the Czechs have finally turned their back on communism
The Communist Party of Bohemia and Moravia failed to win a seat in the Czech parliament for the first time in their history.
Czech election: Opinion polls, key issues and all you need to know
From the Pirate Party to post-election alliances, here's your guide to the Czech general election.
For Europe's Roma, a death at Czech police hands is a familiar tragedy
The death of Stanislav Tomas, 46, after his arrest by police officers has garnered attention across the world. But activists say Tomas was not the first Roma man to die at the hands of police - and they fear he won't be the last.
Why are Czechs among Europe’s most sceptical over taking vaccines?
The Czech Republic is on a par with France when it comes to scepticism or hesitancy over taking vaccines.
Czech Social Democrats threaten government over culture ministry
The Social Democrats want the current culture minister to be dismissed but the president is refusing to approve the dismissal, creating a standoff that could topple the government.
The Brief from Brussels: Juncker denies PM dinner leak
This is the Brief from Brussels, a round-up of the day’s top stories from Europe’s de facto political capital. In this episode: the Czech Republic