Changes in Czech-American relations to be expected?

14-12-2000

The most dramatic, longest and most expensive U.S. presidential elections ever have finally come to an end. On Wednesday, after 35 days of political and legal battles, George Walker Bush Junior claimed the presidency by one of the narrowest margins in U.S. history. Radio Prague's Lucie Krupickova talked to political commentator Jan Culik, and asked him whether he thought bilateral relations between the United States and Europe, in particular the Czech Republic, would be affected by the election of Mr. Bush: