What do Slovaks look forward to this weekend?
It always strikes me how much time it took to survive, says Naomi Hužovičová.
While his predecessor is ready for a war to defend his vision of Slovakia, Pellegrini says it is time to talk about change.
The southeast of Slovakia is the heaven of caves - and some piquant 19th-century gossip.
I hope that 20 years from now you will find all this ridiculous.
She was elected president with the least number of votes in the second round recorded in the history of Slovakia.
Zuzana Čaputová’s election victory shows people have had enough of yelling, but there is hard work ahead for her.
She is the first woman to be elected president in the Visegrad region.
Zuzana Čaputová is on course for victory.
Slovakia feels younger, Switzerland seems more colourful, says Swiss Ambassador Alexander Hoffet.
Šariš: There’s a lot of Slovakia east of Prešov and Košice.
Čaputová offers scarce goods in Slovakia.
Extremists are out of the game, but we’re not safe from hearing their ideas.
Results of the first round did not bring any surprises.
Northern Slovakia is the land of valleys, rolling hills and medieval towns.
In Spišská Nová Ves, kids and grownups can try how it feels to be a hamster or an ant.
Every five years, Slovakia’s politicians miraculously discover their spiritual side.
But Čaputová is not Kiska.
We should be teaching everyone not only the empirical facts of history, but also how to read and write and think critically, says historian Marci Shore.
Slovakia needs to improve citizens' critical thinking, but 'questioning more' can be a trap.