It is way too early to try to predict which way things will go, but it is useful to start thinking about the potential implications of various directions.
When the coronavirus epidemic is gone, we will have to deal with an epidemic of obesity and dementia.
Walk in the shoes of Arantxa Ferrer, a physiotherapist volunteering for a Slovak NGO in Albania during the coronavirus pandemic.
Smart quarantine off to a rocky start as general prosecutor election kicks into high gear.
Perhaps not wealthy enough for his liking, Kurz declined to invite his so-called “safe” neighbours in Slovakia and the Czech Republic.
It is five minutes after 12.
It has been an eventful week for the judiciary and for the human rights defender.
Experts from the private and public sphere share their thoughts.
The distance between people living in the same countries has increased.
Borders and schools remain closed as the rest of the country opens up.
The anniversary of the end of World War II is an appropriate time for perspective.
The government got the MPs' confidence to carry out its plan. Experts say that if it does well, it can avert the threat of the further rise of extremism in the country.
The country embarks on its way out of the anti coronavirus measures, Matovič government embarks on its way to restore the judiciary with a stumble.
The news industry has long resisted globalisation, not only in Slovakia, writes Lukáš Fila of Denník N.
Small media can make contributions that far exceed their circulation number, writes Beata Balogová.
As it turns out, liberal democracy is not the highest form of political evolution, in Slovakia as elsewhere, writes Tom Nicholson.
Petit Press CEO Alexej Fulmek recalls how The Slovak Spectator joined his media house.
The Spectator was born in a moment of political crisis and it is in its DNA to be able to deal with such situations, and work under pressure.
The number of readers who turn to us in a time of crisis is the best gift we could get on our anniversary.
A farewell to the woman who sabotaged Communism by knitting sweaters.