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The Prague Network is "a new international grouping of institutes" conceived by Czech President Vaclav Klaus to promote global warming skepticism[1] and to study "energy issues".[2] Besides Klaus, founding members of the network include Iain Murray, Carlo Stagnaro, and Gabriel Calzada.[2]

As of October 17, 2009, there is a stub web site praguenetwork.org which is registered to the US-based Competitive Enterprise Institute. The domain name was registered in November 2008 and lists Ryan Lynch as the administrative contact.[3]

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  1. "Klaus: Global warming to be the Prague Network's main topic"Czech News Agency (ČTK), March 12, 2009. (This article is archived here.)
  2. 2.0 2.1 "Lessons from Europe" Washington Times, Feb 1, 2009. (This article is archived here.)
  3. "praguenetwork.org", WebHosting.Info's Power WHOIS Service, accessed October 17, 2009.

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