Statement from Slovak journalists half a year after the murder of Ján Kuciak and Martina Kušnírová
Slovaks who fled the 1968 occupation tell us what it means to be a refugee.
Dušan Tóth, a noted figure of the Slovak community in Canada remembers 1968 and his emigration.
We want to know what people throughout the country are optimistic about, what concerns them, and how they view the relationship between Slovakia and the United States, US ambassador to Slovakia writes.
Gas chambers were preceded by eight or so years of seemingly reasonable people trying to rationalise irrational racism.
In our fast-changing world, organizations need to reconsider their role in the society to stay relevant.
The former prime minister is just stealing ideas from Orban, joining the ranks of those who destroy democracy.
Our success goes hand-in-hand with the advancement of European integration. That is what connects us, Germans and Slovaks, the most, writes German ambassador to Slovakia.
You don’t choose them, but you rarely want to change them.
To the uninitiated, a 10-year-old’s birthday party might seem like a tame way to spend the day. Ha!
Censorship is not the same animal that it was in the seventies. There is no censor waving his stamp and diligently adding disobedient authors to the growing list of state enemies.
Business mentoring benefits both involved parties and has the potential to change Slovak schools for the better.
Babiš proposes to end war, poverty and religious extremism with a snap of our fingers. Why hasn’t anybody else thought of this?
The White House is now broadcasting its most spectacular soap opera, beating and overcoming those of sundry leaders from different continents and different times.
In countries like Slovakia, we are in danger of ignoring real progress because we are enraged by the flaws that remain, and altering our standards as time goes by.
Excluding people doesn’t just affect those who choose to leave.
I’m not sure if there is a typical Canadian way to get married.
Slovakia must be able to attract and retain the skilled experts, but also grow domestic talents and leaders.
Did you ever wonder what it would be like for a man with no attention span, who has declared bankruptcy four times, to lead the world’s most powerful country?
There is still a lot of work ahead of us in the United States, in Slovakia, and around the world to fight for equal rights for everyone no matter who they are or who they love, writer US Ambassador to Slovakia.