19 August 2002 One possible lesson of floods in 1997 is that some sense of normality will return relatively quickly to the Czech Republic. It ought not to return so quickly to its politics. Floods seem to strike when they want, where they want, and how they want. Comparing floods–either this week’s floods across Central […]

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