Our paranoias have come to life. Surveillance of journalists is unacceptable in a democracy.
Images from the history of the Sme daily: Karol Ježík, the first editor-in-chief.
Bratislava’s current bike sharing scheme is something of a curate’s egg: good in parts.
Martin Kardoš of CSI Leasing introduces the Mentor Network Program aimed at pairing young talents with experienced mentors from the business world.
Will the state of biomedical research trigger reactions at least half as passionate as Bratislava's parking policy?
Slovakia has been part of the alliance for 15 years this April.
Grassroots citizens’ movements, the ruling powers as well as competing political parties and figures all clash in the struggle for the interpretation of Kuciak.
While his predecessor is ready for a war to defend his vision of Slovakia, Pellegrini says it is time to talk about change.
I hope that 20 years from now you will find all this ridiculous.
Congratulations to the responsible citizens for expressing their will. Keep up the pressure!
Zuzana Čaputová’s election victory shows people have had enough of yelling, but there is hard work ahead for her.
Mazvi from Zimbabwe considers Slovakia her second home now.
How happiness influences politics.
People who are not allowed to vote in their homeland will be more likely to renounce it.
This piece has been shortlisted for the European Press Prize 2019.
Zuzana Čaputová is on course for victory.
News this week should trigger serious concern that the EU is on the verge of full disintegration. But not the news you think.
As the Brexit process lumbers on, the British seem disinclined to take heed of anyone’s views. But Slovakia could offer some advice – and even solace.
Images from the history of the Sme daily: The Revolution
It can bring about some real changes.