Could I please have my painting back?
Restitution of property looted by the Nazis takes on new urgency.
A stock bet in Poland
Can the Warsaw Stock Exchange be a regional leader? Only if it breaks free from the government, proponents say.
Czech MPs not so special
Attempt to transform the military police into a Special Op unit fails.
Czechs fear rise of the right in EU vote
Extremists parties are unlikely to win seats, but they could win state subsidies.
Egg attacks signal a dark turn of events
An assault on a Czech politician has sparked a level of violent protest not seen since 1989.
Missile defense suffers setbacks
Czech government delays treaty vote as Iran tests a missile.
Fighting to honor the Roma
Pig farm on site of concentration camp is called an affront to the Roma, who face systematic discrimination in the Czech Republic.
EU tries to boost ex-Soviet states
Eastern Partnership tries to encourage economic and political reforms without worsening already tense relations with Russia.
Interview: Czech leaders look to upcoming elections
Parties jockey for support after the collapse of government.
Crisis puts migrant workers in a bind
Some Vietnamese paid so much to get to Prague, it's impossible for them to return home.
Obama comes to Prague
After government collapse, Czechs lament lost opportunity ahead of EU-US summit.
Obama: "America is changing"
In Strasbourg on Friday, the American president danced delicately, diplomatically and decisively.
No clear path forward for missile defense
Czechs largely oppose US plan.
To the Czechs, she's "Clintonova"
The traditional female name ending comes under fire in the Czech Republic.
Celebrating 10 years in NATO
Membership in the alliance has transformed Czechs' attitudes toward their military.
Prague goes Pop
Czechs relish their first opportunity to see Andy Warhol's films.
Taking a fresh route through Brussels
Hillary Clinton spends as much time at EU events as NATO ones — a prioritization that will not be taken lightly.
EU leaders hold extra economic summit
Leaders hope Sunday's talks in Brussels will be a step toward coordinated action.
A Czech on a free press?
Critics say a proposed law on wiretapping could infringe on press freedoms.
No honeymoon period for Czech government
Since becoming head of the EU, the Czech government has faced a series of crises.
Barricading Radio Free Europe
The US radio service's new headquarters will have tight security.
Czechs delay Lisbon Treaty vote
Of the 27 European Union member states, only the Czech Republic has not acted.
Czechs debate Afghanistan troop commitment
Debate could foreshadow reaction in other countries when Obama comes calling.
Missile defense system faces axe under Obama
A controversial Bush administration foreign policy priority is looking vulnerable.
EU presidency left red-faced over artwork
Sculpture commissioned by Czech government features toilets, drunkenness.
Backgrounder: The EU presidency
Czechs plan to address gas crisis
Energy security will be one of the Prague's priorities during its stint at Europe's helm.
EU, Irish PM try to keep Lisbon Treaty afloat
Can a big, ignorant fellow from Offaly save European unity?