Slovakia

21 June 2018
Slovak Farmers Demand End to Subsidy Fraud Premium

Protest against lack of transparency in agricultural sector is inspired by the work of a slain journalist.

 
31 May 2018
The Ties That Bind? Premium

The shifting sands in Washington’s relationship with Russia and the EU are calling for Central Europe to reevaluate its partnership with the U.S., too.

By Martin Ehl
 
2 May 2018
Slovakia Might Have Unwittingly Helped Vietnam With Abduction Premium

German media connects 2017 visit of Vietnamese officials to Bratislava with abduction of businessman and politician in Germany.

 
1 May 2018
Two Months After Journalist Murder, Slovakia Still Waits For Real Change
According to Aktuality.sk editor, Jan Kuciak was "a victim of the war on corruption." From the International Press Institute.
By Alma Onali
 
24 April 2018
Management Purging Slovak Public Broadcaster of Experienced Journalists
Concerns about politically charged leadership look well-founded amid resignations and protests. From the International Press Institute.
By Benjamin Cunningham
 
16 April 2018
‘Slovakia Has To Be a Country Where Corruption, Not Courage, Is Punished’ Premium

Tens of thousands of protesters ask for resignation of police and judiciary officials, riled by still-unsolved murder of investigative journalist.

 
11 April 2018
Czech, Hungarian Leaders Continue Efforts to Portray Press as Enemy
Despite murdered journalist, verbal attacks on media continue in Central Europe. From the International Press Institute.
By Benjamin Cunningham
 
19 March 2018
The Cowards in the Backseat Premium

The shadowy figures looming over political life in Romania and Poland offer cautionary tales for Slovakia.

By Martin Ehl
 

12 March 2018
Slovakia’s Powerful Interior Minister Bows Out Premium

Political heads continue to roll amid the turmoil sweeping Slovakia in the wake of a journalist’s murder.

 
2 March 2018
Murder in Slovakia Premium

Still hard to fathom at the moment, the ramifications of Jan Kuciak’s murder could usher in an era of political change.

By Martin Ehl
 

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