The third most-read newspaper in Slovakia seems to suffer from a bad case of ideological bias.
The massive support for Slovak fascists (ĽSNS) is a response to the country’s socio-economic division.
What should one think about foreign direct investments (FDIs) in Slovakia in 2016?
What really lurks behind the shining slogans or the river banks lined with glass buildings and pictures of happy families that are supposed to attract people to a newly built area of Bratislava?
The Dalai Lama’s visit to Slovakia and the Czech Republic showed the short-sightedness of our politicians
Observation is one tool for approaching an understanding of socio-economic marginality – especially in its racialised forms – but mere observation is not enough.
As the Slovak teachers’ movement for better working conditions continues, politicians fail to take action.