As Slovakia prepares to vote on Saturday, thousands of young voters are expected to opt for a far-right party that many would call neo-Nazi. What gives?
If European standards for number of residents would apply, there would only be ten towns in Slovakia. Currently, there are 141.
In a conflict-ravaged world where half the population is under thirty, young people should have a seat at the table, says Marcel Štefánik.
Ján Littva must fend for himself despite having won the second most titles in the history of his sport.