Twenty years ago Czechoslovakia broke up into two independent states: the Czech Republic and Slovakia. What were the consequences of the break-up and what did the two countries gain by the split? In a joint mini-series Radio Prague and Radio Slovakia International look at life after the Velvet Divorce.
|05.10.2013||Slovak students look for better education and familiar culture at Czech universities|
|16.03.2013||Slovak students look for better education and familiar culture at Czech universities|
|14.03.2013||Czechs and Slovaks: long divorced but still close|
|01.01.2013||The split of Czechoslovakia: context, reasons, and lessons for the future|
|19.05.2012||Communism only postponed Czechoslovakia’s end, historian Jan Rychlík says in his new book|
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