by Robin Healey Following the Velvet Revolution in Czechoslovakia at the end of 1989, it was widely thought that three principles would lead to the rapid regeneration of the nation. Firstly de-ideologisation and removal of Communists from positions of influence secondly investment in the latest technology, and lastly autonomy, which would enable the Czechs and […]

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