by Vaclav Pinkava When I first came back from exile in Britain to visit Czechoslovakia, in 1990, I needed a Czech visa. It cost some GBP 25. During my visit, Margaret Thatcher made an appearance, and the need for visas was ceremoniously abolished. The British reciprocated, though not quite simultaneously. Now, there is talk of […]

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