The places you visit, people you befriend, experiences that leave their mark, they all become a part of you.
The people of Slovakia deserve the credit for the remarkable progress that this country has made over the past twenty-five years, US ambassador writes.
Are robots really taking over? What are the benefits and what are the risks?
People may be able to recognise Slovakia’s neighbouring countries through associations with food, drinks, beautiful cities or well-known political events. But Slovakia remains very much "hidden".
It’s not that I thought sexually harassing women was okay, it’s more that I accepted that was just part of how things worked. Unfortunate, yes, but also standard.
There is no mystery to defeating populism, extremism and stupidity. Democratic systems have built in solutions to people like Kotleba and Trump — elections.
The paths to an illiberal democracy are manifold. One of them is also through the victory of “moral hipsterism”.
There are still reasons to worry, but something has changed in Slovakia now that elections have wiped the fascists out at regional level.
Election night on November 4 produced some real upsets: here’s what you need to know
First charges from special prosecutor show collusion with Russia, and cooperating witnesses.
Municipal and regional polls are the only chance for those who live and work in Slovakia but do not have a Slovak passport to influence how things develop around them.
The question of sustainability can no longer be ignored. Creative minds are discovering disruptive innovations that tackle these challenges and transform entire business segments.
Does it make you feel better when your boss wears an original expensive and elegant designer label suit and you also wear a suit from the same label, bought in an outlet for half that price?
It is pointless to talk about the wins and losses of Czech political parties - the one who lost is the Czech Republic.
It would take too long to list all the crazy distortions the international media presented about Central Europe and the Czech election campaign this week.
Open letter of Theresa May to EU citizens in the UK.
It is definitely good news that at least one emblematic scandal did not end in vain.
The girl with seven names saw the first public execution in Korea aged seven.
A major Slovak entrepreneur, Peter Vajda, died in Prague on October 15. He was exceptional for his innate sense of democracy and believing in equal opportunities for all.
NATO membership brings solemn responsibilities as well as benefits, especially today, writes US ambassador to Slovakia.