10 Questions For Vaclav Klaus

David Burnett — contact for TIME

Vaclav Klaus, president of the Czech Republic and a staunch opponent of the proposed E.U. constitution, was in the U.S. last week peddling his book On the Road to Democracy: The Czech Republic from Communism to Free Society. Before meeting with President George W. Bush at the White House, he stopped by TIME's Washington bureau for a chat.

YOU HAVE SUSPICIONS ABOUT THE PROSPECT OF A STRONGER EUROPEAN UNION. WHAT WORRIES YOU? Suspicion is an understatement. For me, the developments in the E.U. are really dangerous with regard to moving out of a free society and...

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