There are uncanny echoes today of Slovakia’s agonies over its choice of chief prosecutor ten years ago.
Education is a question of rights. So is protesting against the government, but at what costs? Slovakia welcomes hefty investment that comes with a warning sign.
What music you should listen to while waiting for your next COVID test results.
If you're considering some resolutions for next year, you may find inspiration in Petra Slezáková's article on zero waste lifestyle.
President Zuzana Čaputová addressed the nation on the eve of the 31st anniversary of the Velvet Revolution.
Slovakia reports improved COVID numbers, government has eased measures. Coronavirus situation remains grim but macroeconomic stats and football provide some good news.
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Former police leadership ends up behind bars. Prime minister offers a questionable interpretation of results. Do not confuse Slovakia and Slovenia on Twitter as Biden wins.
The results feel closer than they are.
Tibor Lörincz from Tatra Banka takes a closer look at the relationship between a good and well-functioning society and a prosperous economy.
After initial concerns, everyone who wanted to could get tested in Slovakia over the past weekend. It is too early to say if the mass testing is a success story and will help the country avoid a lockdown.
I am delighted to see that more and more Slovaks have begun to adopt the tradition of wearing red poppies.
For a foreigner living in Slovakia, there is yet another concern.
High turnout in testing in four northern districts, decision awaited on extending the project to the nation. Prison for a prominent prosecutor and parliament's speaker injured.
Slovak Jozef Baňás spent 12 months volunteering in Georgia.
Americans’ choice of president on November 3 will affect Slovaks too.
In an in-depth interview, Minister of Justice Mária Kolíková outlines her ambitious plan to renew public trust in the judiciary.
Nationwide testing is less utopian than the blackout but it is driven by the same ambition.
The government tightened up measures again, coalition leaders clashed over them. Foreign policy keeps going strong as Belarussian freedom fighter visits.
Ruling the country is all about containing the pandemic once again. Health minister says he no longer feels fully up to the task.