Although the Czech media are free from overt censorship and government manipulation, journalists and government officials are grappling over how to foster an independent, responsible press by STEVE KETTLE RELATIONS BETWEEN THE MEDIA AND the Czech government – in particular, with Prime Minister Vaclav Klaus’s dominant Civic Democratic Party (ODS) – have rarely been cordial. […]

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