Tragedy, but not despair

February witnessed a dismal first for Slovakia, but the public did not lose hope in 2018.

(Source: Sme - Gabriel Kuchta)

2018 has been a momentous year in Slovakia. Given that it ends in an ‘8’, as have many significant years in the country’s past, we anticipated plenty of occasions to look back. Instead, as the events of the present unfolded, we were ever more pressed to look for answers about our future.

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