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Throughout the late 1990s Michael Werbowski was based in Prague, collaborating with the prominent Czech daily "Lidove Noviny" newspaper and contributing to the English weekly the "Prague Post". More recently he has been based in Mexico and Central America covering mostly trade and environmental issues for both local and international media outlets. His articles have appeared in North American and European newspapers, Web sites and magazines in several languages.
No. Article Date
[Letter From Mexico City] The Great Homemade Plague
First-hand impressions from the front lines of the influenza outbreak
11
Already this crisis has been exploited for electoral gain with various politicians accusing the government and each othe... >>more
2009.05.04
Mexican Plague Chronicles
Life in Mexico City during swine flu recalls historical events
12
This week, I ventured out of my self-imposed quarantine and despite dire warnings to stay put and at home, I mixed with ... >>more
2009.04.29
US-Canada 'Kerfuffle' Mirrors Mexican Violence
[Analysis] A closer look at a troubled trilateral relationship
13
Mexico has always resented the so-called US-Canada "special relationship," seeing it as some kind of a WASP pact which e... >>more
2009.04.26
Dr. Obama Makes a Mexican House Call
[Analysis] An overview of US-Mexican ties in the wake of the US president's visit to Mexico City
14
White House strategists have tied the outcome of the drug war to the fate of the Calderon presidency. Calderon, for his ... >>more
2009.04.19
My Mexican Easter
A travelogue of an incredible visit to Michoacan
15
On our last day we visited the small village of Capula, which is famous for its clay pottery and other arts and crafts i... >>more
2009.04.15
Stunning Shostakovitch Performance in Mexico City
Mexican capital is home to one of the world's great philharmonics: the OFUNAM
16
The cello work and its popular melodic motifs are interwoven with more classical motifs. At times hints of Mexican folkl... >>more
2009.04.03
Mexico Wary of US Help With Its Drug Wars
[Analysis] Ahead of US presidential visit great trepidation on Mexican side
17
Clinton seemed to have successfully charmed her hosts, but deep concern mixed with suspicion remains on the Mexican side... >>more
2009.04.01
Is Mexico Ripe for US Intervention?
[Analysis] US commanders consult with Mexican counterparts in a prelude to possible military action
18
Internally, there is tremendous upheaval in the country which resembles that which existed during the 1910 Mexican revol... >>more
2009.03.11
US Missile Defence: The End Game
[Analysis] Obama's overtures to Moscow on missile defence ruffle feathers in 'New Europe'
19
The counterspin coming out of Washington seeks to ally such "unfounded" and "exaggerated" fears. American officials argu... >>more
2009.03.07
EU's New Members Left Out in the Cold
[Analysis] No European Marshall plan for 'New Europe' means more new divisions
20
These new capitalist democracies don't want to be lumped into one bunch by an outsider like a Moody's in Manhattan, and ... >>more
2009.03.03
A Top Former Czech Spy's Worldview
[Interview] Karl Koecher comments on two decades of post communism
21
Interestingly, the disastrous privatization drive took place only in the Czech half of the country; the then already hig... >>more
2009.02.28
The Medicine of Gustav Mahler
A 'Mahlerite' pays tribute in poetry to the music of composer Gustav Mahler
22
My mind sees Gustav Achenbach, the fictional version of Mahler, sitting alone on the deck chair by the sea, watching his... >>more
2009.02.24
Czech Radar Base in Doubt
US financial constraints and Czech hesitancy leave radar base out in the cold
23
The projected overall cost of the US missile defence system in central Europe is estimated to be at around $3.5 billion.... >>more
2009.02.06
Notes From My Childhood Home in 'Babbitt Land'
Taking the pulse of the middle class on the 'home front' during this economic crisis
24
Sure, there are residents who have hoarded their savings just for days such as these. And many families still hang on to... >>more
2009.02.05
Europe: Dress Rehearsal for Revolution?
[Analysis] Spain, France, Greece and other nations may be in pre-revolutionary mode
25
Spain now holds the ignominious title of having the highest unemployment rate in all of Europe -- an unflattering distin... >>more
2009.01.30
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