Monika Filipová describes the numerous challenges civil servants in Slovakia have to face and explains what fueled her desire to change things from the inside through the Good Civil Servant initiative.
What has 2018 been like for Slovakia and the Czech Republic? Poor.
It sure seems like there is plenty for the G20 to talk about.
The debate over migration has reached an absurd new level.
The feature I didn't write, though it deserved to be.
Anna Jurová, one of the most fascinating Slovak social scientists I have ever met and talked to in this country, died on November 13.
The time to speak up was in 2015 and 2016. Lajčák didn’t, because it wasn’t career-friendly.
While real estate bubbles in the US, Greece and Spain were partial causes of global crisis, irresponsible lending was also rife in places you hear little about.
When you live in a small village, you don't care about Bratislava. At home, everything is at stake.
Returning from exile is a fine thing, but no one talks about how exhausting it is.
Authoritarian societies squander the possibilities of human achievement, of lives lived to their fullest, writes the US ambassador to Slovakia.
In 1989, we thought that once the job was done, we would only go out to the squares for Sunday walks.
Only the former PM knows whether the inspiration for his latest stunt was the success of the For A Decent Slovakia-supported candidates in the municipal elections.
More than 520 journalists have signed a statement condemning the most recent verbal attacks of the former prime minister against journalists.
Quite a lot of the conventional wisdom about the European Union is simply wrong, yet political leaders across the continent continue to reinforce the public’s worst impressions.
Salmon were once a hundred times more populous on Canada’s Western coast.
Once association with Donald Trump is proven to be a risk for reelection rather than an asset, it is the beginning of his end.
How do you regonise the moment when a foreign country becomes your home? Billy Altansukh, a Mongolian who now calls Slovakia home, describes it in this podcast.
The IPI Executive Board chose to meet here, in Bratislava, to raise its collective voice to demand justice for Ján Kuciak and Martina Kušnírová.
There was something in the vet’s bedside manner that evoked in me a longing for the doctor I longed for.