It is not rational to behave towards the UK as if it posed a security risk to the EU.
Following Henry Acorda’s horrific killing, businesses need to stand up.
FIFA, may not be a government, but they and the events they put on are undeniably political and embody all the worst things about globalisation.
Why is a hospital's new cover photo on Facebook a revolution in Slovak health care?
AmCham’s departing Executive Director Jake Slegers reflects on his beginnings in Slovakia and in the position of the Executive Director as well as on the crucial moments which shaped AmCham during the 17 years of…
In Slovakia, I was seen as a dewy-eyed liberal. Back home, I am a stick-in-the-mud conservative without even a tattoo to mark him as chill.
A counterrevolution against illiberal populism is underway in parts of Europe.
In Slovakia, we have not managed to build our collective feeling of national pride on positive emotions.
Three years after the worst of the Greek crisis, Europe has done little to address the roots of eurozone problems.
The Pittsburgh Agreement teaches us that for at least one hundred years, Slovaks have sought to fully participate in and contribute to the transatlantic community of western democracies.
The arrow of history points towards greater respect for other life.
Pavol Minár describes how the role of brands has changed and how this process brings new opportunities as well as responsibilities.
This phenomenon is no longer limited to Central Europe.
If experience is the mother of wisdom, why aren’t second and third marriages more successful?
Some Slovak conservatives have shown that they cannot resist fascist bait.
Europe has done very little to prepare for a reprise of mass refugee flows.
We will soon have the opportunity to let authorities know loud and clear that cyclists do not want to be pushed out of Bratislava's forests.
Political interference and the spread of fake news not only influences election results but also jeopardises democracy.
Is it justifiable to ask young students in Slovakia to dedicate their lives to science, when we cannot even support our current scientists and we do not value the complexity of scientific endeavour?
Amid falling poll numbers and regular street demonstrations there is little doubt parties like Smer and SNS hope to use this channel to implement the most classic of political campaign tactics.