More information could be a good thing for democracy.
How the EU recovery fund can be used to bolster talent in the country.
High government official resigns but leaves too many questions unanswered.
The higher the level candidates have reached, the more difficult it is to change jobs and to find something locally appealing as the Slovak market lacks headquarter level jobs.
Peter Kolesár (Civitta Slovakia) and Mary MacPherson (Slovak American Foundation) point to Košice’s potential to become a regional innovative hub, demonstrating the path to follow on the examples of Brno and…
The fall of the independent news website in Hungary concerns all independent journalists in the region.
Amid talks of how Slovakia is becoming more knowledge-based and innovative, the prime minister shows ever more fervently that he does not hold intellectual property in high regard.
In 2020, plagiarism is a bigger deal than it ever was, because ideas are worth more than money.
Joint statement of 39 signatories, mostly embassies.
Explaining the situation in the UK to locals is a painful process for an expat in Slovakia.
As in other consulting partnerships, the experience, energy and resources a consulting company must put in a project require a payment guarantee.
A volunteer for a Slovak NGO in Albania describes her interaction with a member of the Egyptian minority in Albania.
Graduation season is over, but final theses are all the rage in Slovak politics.
We are more understanding of people’s personal circumstances than we were before the pandemic, says outgoing UK Ambassador Andy Garth.
Improvements in business environment, strong support of the domestic start-ups and of human capital formation alongside further institutional improvements will be key.
Slovakia will be expected to come up with innovative and sustainable projects financed from the EU recovery fund, says the German Ambassador to Slovakia as Germany takes over the EU Council presidency.
Ján Dudek from the Institute of Health Policy offers an analysis of AI in health care and how Slovakia could benefit from this trend.
The reaction of the Foreigners’ Police to the ombudswoman's report shows some old frameworks of thinking remain in place.
The behaviour on display in the latest plagiarism scandal is mirrored by that of some educational institutions too.
Plagiarism scandal is not over yet, but few believe it could be fatal for the ruling coalition.