Foreign Policy: Why Washington Needs to Get Over Vaclav Havel

12. 1. 2015 / Jan Čulík

It’s now just over a quarter of a century since December 29, 1989, when the parliament of what was then the Czechoslovak Socialist Republic elected the dissident playwright Vaclav Havel to the presidency. This happened a mere eight months after Havel was released from jail by the communist regime that had imprisoned him for his activities as a human rights defender. Not many world leaders can boast of going from political prisoner to chief of state in the course of a single year.

Jan Čulík v americkém časopise Foreign Policy polemizuje s nedávnými články v americkém tisku, které kritizovaly novou českou zahraniční politiku. Celý text v angličtině: ZDE



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