4852>by Milada Anna Vachudova The year 1997 in the Czech Republic was marked by an economic slowdown, widespread flooding, an exodus of Czech Roma to the West, and the dramatic fall of the government of Prime Minister Vaclav Klaus. Klaus had managed to convince the West (and the Czech public) that the Czech political and […]

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