Diplomacy: ALL IN THE FAMILY, A PRAGUE REUNION

ALL IN THE FAMILY, A PRAGUE REUNION

When Secretary of State MADELEINE ALBRIGHT jetted into Prague last week, aides were mum about her plans for a meeting with her cousin, DAGMAR SIMOVA, the woman who told the world that Albright's family had Jewish origins. Feelings between the two sides of the family are--well, somewhat strained. At the American embassy in Prague, word was that a visit was tentative. In the end, Albright decided it was best to repair the breach. The two women had a private breakfast in Albright's hotel the morning after she arrived, and later, when Czech President VACLAV HAVEL presented Albright with the country's highest...

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