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October 30, 2008
Czechs wary of U.S. government, but not tourists

The capital of the Czech Republic, Prague, was a very popular tourist destination for Americans until recently. In the latest Worldfocus special report on “How they see US,” Czechs share their opinions on American tourists, U.S. government and foreign policy and the countries’ shared values.

Though Czechs have benefited from American tourism, U.S. plans to develop a NATO missile shield system on Czech soil have led to some mixed feelings about the U.S.

Dave Marash travels to the Czech Republic to sample Czech opinion of the U.S. For more on the Czech Republic, see David Marash’s report on a delicious Czech tradition: Into the Czech woods for the mushroom hunt.

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