Two years ago, relations between the U.S. and its closest ally in central Europe entered a difficult stretch after a long period of cooperation and harmony.
The Czech Republic had been a steadfast supporter of U.S. efforts in Afghanistan and in Iraq. It had sent troops to both countries. And, although the proposal was controversial domestically, the Czechs were prepared to host U.S. missile-defense radars in their country.
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