František Vrábel: Facebook is literally doing nothing over Russian disinformation
František Vrábel is an expert on Russia’s infiltration of Czech society via sophisticated online disinformation, something his company Semantic Visions monitors closely.
Russia-based British writer on the war that shattered his dreams
A British writer based in a city in southern Russia told Radio Prague International how the war turned his life upside down and made him seek refuge in Armenia.
Czech defence minister visits Washington to seek closer defence cooperation with US
Czech Defence Minister Jana Černochová is currently visiting the United States in order to discuss closer defence ties and the speedy purchase of new military equipment.
Czechs and Slovaks not just providing aid to Ukraine but also “moral stance”, says expert
The Czech Republic and Slovakia are “showing a new way forward for Western democracies” in their response to Russia’s war on Ukraine, says security expert Benjamin Tallis.
Czech police investigating possible war crimes in Ukraine
Czech police have started investigating suspected war crimes in Ukraine. They are currently gathering testimonies from refugees who fled the country to the Czech Republic.
Study: Third of Czechs say “only question of time” before conflict in region
A newly poll on Czech society’s response to Russia’s war on Ukraine suggests that support for NATO is at its highest level for almost three decades.
Pundit: Handling of US base issue shows “a lot of amateurism”
The defence minister made headlines by saying she would discuss potential US military bases on Czech territory in Washington. Within days the PM had dismissed the idea.
Czech minister to discuss US troop presence on Washington trip
The minister of defence in the Prague government is set to discuss the possibility of US troops being stationed on Czech territory at high level meetings in Washington.
Czech Republic sends tanks to Ukraine, prints concrete anti-tank barriers on 3D printers
The Czech government has boosted military support for Ukraine, sending T-72 tanks and armoured vehicles to help the country defend itself against Russian aggression.
Expert: Czechia should not sever ties with V4 following election in Hungary
Following Viktor Orbán’s landslide victory in the Hungarian parliamentary elections, some politicians and experts have questioned future cooperation within the V4.
Czech contingent prepares to head multinational battlegroup in Slovakia
A Czech Army contingent headed for Slovakia on Monday where they will lead a multi-national battlegroup of alliance forces bolstering NATO’s Eastern Flank.
Officials working on Czech Magnitsky Act to bolster Russia sanctions
The Czech government is preparing new legislation, inspired by the so called Magnitsky Act, to better implement its sanctions on Russia.
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