Immigration, innovation and security were some of the topics discussed during a panel discussion at the 2018 Globsec conference.
Some Slovak conservatives have shown that they cannot resist fascist bait.
Europe has done very little to prepare for a reprise of mass refugee flows.
Future generations will pay for this.
The last fragments and replicas of the physical Iron Curtain are in Devínska Nová Ves and Petržalka
The president stressed the role of independent media and journalism in a democratic society at the security conference GLOBSEC.
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They are mostly liberals but a third of them consider themselves to be Catholics.
The incumbent president will not run for a second term in office, but he wants to “be part of the new era” in Slovak politics.
Though there are several problems in the borough, it has never resulted in a shooting.
Several civic initiatives calling for early elections have organised another protest, which was originally to take place in Námestie Slobody Square on May 17 but was postponed to May 25 and mvoed to SNP Square.
We will soon have the opportunity to let authorities know loud and clear that cyclists do not want to be pushed out of Bratislava's forests.
Political interference and the spread of fake news not only influences election results but also jeopardises democracy.
Is it justifiable to ask young students in Slovakia to dedicate their lives to science, when we cannot even support our current scientists and we do not value the complexity of scientific endeavour?
The Interior Minister insists Slovak authorities did not cooperate in the kidnapping of a Vietnamese dissident by the Vietnamese delegation but admits the video evidence is no longer available.
Central Europe is at the most vulnerable since 1989.
In the international case of Vietnamese officials abducting their countryman-dissident for a home trial, Slovakia insists its government plane was not involved.
It was discovered in a Celtic sacrificial place.
Adam Bakoš and a team of carvers from the ice dome at Hrebienok made the statues.
The fifth year of the book festival in the Slovak capital offers, apart from local authors and illustrators, a host of foreign guests, including exhibitions of two French artists.
The Slovak Shamrocks, established in 2011 under the Gaelic Athletic Association, recruits locals and expats of all ages and abilities to play the unusual game.
In Denmark, even student temp jobs pay the minimum hourly wage of ten euros.
Despite defeating Belarus, Slovakia did not earn enough points to advance to the quarter-finals.