20 August 2001 That the Czechs arrived first in Macedonia is a solid bit of symbolism for a small country. Being first, the saying goes, isn’t everything. But sometimes it is–especially when being first carries hugely symbolic, if not practical, meaning. That was in striking evidence this past week, as Czech soldiers were the first […]

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