There are only three licenced female neurosurgeons currently in this country with a handful of others still in training.
Farewell tour of dying Canadian musician reminds us how few voices celebrate beauty and nobility of life in our own country.
Voters have ceased to believe that who they voted for in past elections really mattered. People in Austria are united on this, and so are the voters in Slovakia that backed incoherent fringe parties in the March…
We will be watching with tension how Lajčák will deal with the refugee issue. At the UN level, it will also be time to deal with the mantra about solving problems in the countries of origin.
The past 89 years have provided plenty of reasons for scepticism, but they have also shown ample examples of humanity’s ability to solve problems collectively.
Secret confession of a doctor who was not silenced even by bombings and continues to save lives with mobile clinic.
In a country where an exotic individual like Ivan Lexa can become chairman of the parliamentary oversight committee for SIS, it seems pointless to argue over who should vet the legality of surveillance.
People repeatedly refer to desire to live in a “normal country”. Slovaks say things like this a lot too, so do Czechs – and this leads to the question of what is a normal country?
In recent discussions and debates with euro-sceptics, often, and probably rightly so, the historical background of the European Union has been mentioned.
After the initial excitement of winning two games in the 2016 World Championships, the losses caused my friend to exclaim, “That’s it! I’m not watching hockey anymore! It’s embarrassing to lose so much!!”
The difficulty of the operation of Magna's mobile units is in the territory of a sustained conflict very high. But it's the only way we can help and save lives here.
Slovakia's EU presidency begins in July and Bratislava has suddenly started resurfacing its roads with gusto. You can now drive your police-escorted limousine down Štefánikova Street without spilling your cocktail.
Every day we must fight against evil again and again.
On 23 June the British people will vote in a referendum to decide whether the UK should remain in or leave the EU.
We should not renounce other stories, those that address and inspire people to find the best within themselves.
A society without journalists will more easily follow the calling of autocrats, liars, charlatans, and dictators.
Slovaks love titles, plenty of them, both in front and after their names, which creates comical situations, especially for foreigners who are not used to them.
Voters are not likely to make a big deal about budget deficits themselves, but the resulting credibility gap does diminish what is already low confidence in the governing class.
Neither appeasement nor non-engagement can defeat the resurgent far-right.
A new party will emerge, but it must deliver on the expectations of voters who demand practical results, here and now.