12 November 2001 Western leaders often deride their Eastern colleagues for their unguarded, undiplomatic statements. Czech Prime Minister Milos Zeman, for one, is so famed for his off-the-cuff remarks that hardly anyone was surprised when he prematurely disclosed–apparently to the chagrin of U.S. officials–that the Czechs would be contributing a chemical unit to the fight […]

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