WHILE THE CZECH REPUBLIC WAITS TO BE invited into NATO, the country can use its time wisely by transforming its army and learning what is necessary to be a viable NATO partner, says Jiri Payne, head of the Foreign Affairs Committee of the Czech parliament.

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