Final Word from Monday, April 19, 2021

The CR is a member of Nato and the EU but has been moving inch by inch toward Russia. The Communists were until last week propping up the Babiš government, the contract for the Dukovany nuclear plant seemed to be going in Rosatom's favor, local companies were helping with Nord Stream 2, and Pres. Miloš Zeman was scheming to remove the CIA's top collaborator in Prague, Dir. Michal Koudelka of BIS. That was before the Czech government expelled 18 Russian diplomats for a "reasonable suspicion" of being behind two explosions in late 2014. The shocking announcement on Sat. came as U.S.-Russian tension was rising to its highest level in decades, and as Joe Biden was promising to "be more effective in dealing with Russia when [working] in coalition and coordination with other like-minded partners." This coordination has now led to a sudden course correction in Czech foreign policy. Keep in mind, though, that the average correction on Wall Street only lasts 3-4 months. [ Czech Republic expulsion counterintelligence agency Vrbětice Andrej prime minister European Union United States of America U.S. president Pres. Joseph KSČM Party power ]

Glossary of difficult words

inch by inch - gradually;

to prop up - to support or assist someone or something that would otherwise fail or decline;

to scheme - to make plans, esp. in a devious way or with intent to do something illegal or wrong;

to expel - officially to make (someone) leave a school or other organization;

like-minded - having similar tastes or opinions.

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