I have asked Stephen Blank, to write an article for Slovak magazine Euro-Atlantic Quarterly. He was very kind and he agreed. His piece was published in Slovak in 1/2009 edition and you can find it here in English. He is Research Professor of National Security Affairs, Strategic Studies Institute, United States Army War College.
Amie Kreppel, Director of the Center for European Studies at the University of Florida answered few my question about Czech EU presidency in the form of following essay.
John Kenneth Knaus was the Chief of CIA Tibetan Task Force from 1958 to 1965. He has shared some thoughts with me.
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Some optimism and doubts.
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