ICE - Insight Central Europe


In this week's Insight Central Europe: The Council of Europe winds up its Warsaw summit with several documents outlining future actions but is it able to meet its goals? Former EC President Jacques Saunier on the ratification of the European Union constitution. A young Roma is stabbed in Budapest by a man reported to be from the neo-Nazi movement but why are the Hungarian authorities hesitating to call it a racially-motivated attack? We look back at one of the darkest chapters of the Czech Republic's history and visit the site of a former Communist labour camp. And, a little town museum near the Slovenian-Italian border commemorates a bloody WWI battle with an extended exhibition.

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