Prague demonstration Jan. 1989
13 June 2019
Between Tanks and Knitting Needles

1989 and 2019 in Prague and Beijing. From Sinopsis.

By Martin Hala
7 June 2019
Generation Rebellion: Slovakia’s Political ‘Hipsters’ Target Change
The clamor for change is propelling a new generation of Slovaks into power. But can they live up to the hype? From Balkan Insight.
By Dariusz Kalan
30 May 2019
European Elections Spice Things Up

European Parliament elections have revealed a growing change in taste.

By Martin Ehl
1 April 2019
Slovakia Gets First Female President Premium

Candidate with no political experience also dominates presidential poll in the first round of voting in Ukraine.

27 March 2019
Divided They Remain

On the eve of a historic presidential election, Slovakia remains polarized despite the apparent popularity of the expected winner.

By Martin Ehl
27 March 2019
Racist Incidents Continue to Mar Russian Football Premium

Montenegro also faces penalties after its supporters showed similar behavior in recent game with England.

25 March 2019
If We Were Roma, We Wouldn't Come Back From Britain

Two Slovak journalists traveled to the UK to meet members of the Slovak Roma minority who had left their homeland, and found success stories. What is it that the British do so differently? From the Slovak weekly Tyzden.

By Denisa Gdovinova and Filip Olsovsky
18 March 2019
Progressive Candidate Clear Winner in Slovak Presidential Poll Premium

Far-right voters could hold the balance in the 30 March runoff.

13 March 2019
Springtime for Change?

A new crop of liberal politicians offers fresh shoots for Central Europe this spring.

By Martin Ehl
8 March 2019
Fresh Face Shakes Up Slovak Presidential Campaign Premium

Zuzana Caputova is leading a field of old-guard pols with less than pristine reputations.




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