Jan Hornát is a lecturer at Charles University in Prague and Associate Research Fellow at the Institute of International Relations, Prague.
Tibet, symbolism and the Czech Republic
Czech President Milos Zeman recently labelled pro-Tibet protestors "mentally ill" during a visit of the Chinese...
The Prague Café: a brief incursion into Czech presidential discourse
What is the 'Prague Café', and why has it become the Czech President's insult of choice for his opponents?
A reflection on Czech Euroscepticism before the EU elections
Euroscepticism seems to be a constant in the Czech political landscape. How will this reluctance toward the EU...
Who holds power after the Czech elections?
The ANO party of billionaire Andrej Babis came a close second in last month's Czech elections. Is the political life...
A Czech election with consequences
With a number of new parties seeking to win seats and an anticipated victory of the left, the upcoming parliamentary...
Published in: HomeCzech Republic: when a political scandal is a sign of better times
In June, PM Petr Necas and his cabinet resigned after a major political scandal. In spite of the current uncertainty...