Slovakia has not updated its security strategy since 2005.
Everyone has been to Devín at one time or another.
2018 tested how advanced our democracy is, says the prime minister.
In his last presidential New Year’s address, the president called on citizens to continue striving for a better Slovakia.
A year of anniversaries turned into a year of changes, protests and surprises.
Slovak Christmas traditions are about wishes for good health, positive family relations, but also money.
February witnessed a dismal first for Slovakia, but the public did not lose hope in 2018.
Flight and train tickets are hopelessly sold out by now. But what about those who cannot make it?
Prepare your taste buds, we are going to have a bite of Slovak Christmas
Košice and Prešov make for a very different tourist experience than western Slovakia.
Pellegrini insists Slovakia will stay on the euro-atlantic track.
Even though Christmas seems to come earlier every year, the markets in Bratislava are something to look forward to.
The debate over migration has reached an absurd new level.
When you live in a small village, you don't care about Bratislava. At home, everything is at stake.
On the eve of the Velvet Revolution anniversary, people protested in the thousands, calling for a decent Slovakia.
Only the former PM knows whether the inspiration for his latest stunt was the success of the For A Decent Slovakia-supported candidates in the municipal elections.
Dave Rubin came to Slovakia ten years ago and has lived in Bratislava ever since.
In a democracy, we need everybody to be well informed, but people are not necessarily willing to pay for quality, says Puitzer Prize-winning journalist Ian Johnson.
Municipal elections in the capital and elsewhere were also marked by a smear campaign. It does not seem to have worked.
Peter Štrpka shares his view on Slovakia’s business environment, including the lack of a qualified workforce, corruption, business laws, and security.