Beata Balogová

About author

Beata Balogová joined The Slovak Spectator in 2003 and became the first Slovak editor-in-chief of Slovakia’s English-language weekly. Ms. Balogová was in charge of the paper and its special publications between 2003 and 2006. She spent nine months at Columbia University’s School of Journalism from 2006 to 2007, and in June 2007 she again took over as the editor-in-chief of the paper. Prior to joining The Slovak Spectator, Ms. Balogová worked for Slovakia’s first private newswire, SITA, and the state newswire, TASR. Ms. Balogová graduated with a Master of Science degree in journalism from the School of Journalism of Columbia University in New York. She also has a Master of Arts degree cum laude from the Comenius University School of Journalism, majoring in journalism. In January 2015 she left the Spectator to lead editorial team of the SME daily paper. She continues to cooperate with the Spectator.

List of authors articles

Compassion is no complicated concept

EXPRESSIONS of humanity and compassion do not necessarily need great gestures; they can take the form of a pair of shoes given to a refugee. 

1. Sep 2015, at 18:13

Starnúca krajina nie je pre starcov

Nie je zaručené, že dnešným tridsiatnikom alebo štyridsiatnikom sa o pár desaťročí bude starnúť ľahšie.

26. Aug 2015, at 14:15
President Andrej Kiska.

Kiska: My relationship with Fico is "constructive"

To mark the occasion of President Andrej Kiska’s one year in office, The Slovak Spectator brings an excerpt from the interview he gave to the daily Sme in April.

17. Jun 2015, at 14:13
Marianka

Referendum was not about helping families

Slovaks have rejected the controversial referendum which stirred negative emotions and divided the society from its very inception. 

8. Feb 2015, at 13:25

Diplomats are awaiting referendum result

THE REFERENDUM that seeks to constitutionally define the concept of family is dividing Slovak society. Members of the foreign diplomatic community, who traditionally speak with distinct voice when it comes to…

23. Jan 2015, at 0:00

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