The invisible coronavirus, as we witness, is a social virus, because it revealed the weaknesses of politicians and of our system. —Radka Denemarková An essay on Taiwan in the Slovenian magazine Razpotja. Radka Denemarková: Živi … Read more »
Radka Denemarková’s text was published in German and English in the Journal der Künste of the German Academy of Arts in Berlin: Radka Denemarková: When Freedom Dies (Centimeter by Centimeter). Journal der Künste, No. 16, … Read more »
RESPEKT. Wo Vielfalt in Würde gelebt wird. Styria Verlag, Graz 2021. Anthology of texts on human rights for the anniversary of UNESCO. It contains a speech by Radka Denemarková „Wo das Geld spricht, schweigt die … Read more »
Although more than three-quarters of a century have passed since the end of World War II, its witnesses still live, who can prove with their personal testimony the horrors of the time. The Czech-German Fund … Read more »
“The virus benefits the mafia thinking and organized crime of oligarchs who only think of their own companies. And the arrogant power inadvertently reveals the intention: to completely control life, to bone everything different, independent, … Read more »
Aspen Review (03/2020) cover story by Radka Denemarková: The Country Where People Trust Their Government and the Government Trusts its People In Taiwan, I had a chance to see what really matters in a democracy. … Read more »
One short essay about the Nobel Prize winner Herta Müller (in Czech language only).