The responsibility of the new government will be immense.
No Slav can stand with Hitler, writes NGO founder and author Zuzana Palovic.
The identity of Slovakia's Hungarians cannot be based on how they feel about Orbán.
I tried to facilitate an escape from debtors' prison but I failed, says the former Greek finance minister.
Parliament has provided enough material for a political comedy movie once the Slovak movie directors get tired of thrillers and dramas based on current events.
Has Britain found the right response to the challenges of this century?
SNS and Smer are ready to spend a lot of money to save their numbers ahead of the election.
The rule of law requires strong institutions and active citizens but also political leaders who abide by it.
US Ambassador to Slovakia Bridget Brink shares the goals of her mission as well as her first impressions of Slovakia.
Slovakia’s voters face some unappetising choices on 29 February.
Polls have brought more questions than answers so far. Soon they will be silenced.
Despite not having a proper election programme, Matovič still manages to make Slovakia speechless.
Eva Vargová, CEO of Junior Achievement Slovakia, urges the business sector to continue to invest into Slovakia’s human capital of the future, support educational activities and motivate young people.
As I followed the murder trial in person, I started wondering if and when Slovak society would sincerely begin to look into the mirror.
To elevate the competitiveness of the Slovak economy in the years to come, the modern philosophy of the Labour Code should reflect the social dynamics of the 21st century.
In which your correspondent is doused in holy water and discusses the economics of collective farming.
A well-performing minister resigned due to an alcohol-induced incident, while Andrej Danko offended the president from his top parliamentary seat.
If reasonable people are unwilling to make choices, the Mussolinis, Trumps, Le Pens or Kotlebas of the world sure seem willing to do it for us.
The stakes are high, times have changed, but ruling politicians are using the same, failed playbook.
The first week of the Kuciak murder trial saw key witnesses take the stand while polls do not rule out a far-right victory in February.