When does fascism become truly dangerous, and how is it related to the deficiencies of liberalism? Peter Takáč comments on the post-election developments in Slovakia.
The European Union faces the ongoing problem of lacking an “official vision”. Could human rights be the solution?
Dom umenia/Kunsthalle Bratislava offers a fresh glimpse at the heated topic of the refugee crisis.
The root causes of the election outcomes are logical results of local trends.
In the case of EU disintegration, Central Europe could draw inspiration from ideas of the Balkan federation. The cooperation of the Baltic countries, Visegrad, and Ukraine could serve as a backup plan.
Thousands of teachers have taken to the streets, demanding a 250 Euro increase in salaries, as well as an overall budget increase for the education sector.
Anti-democratic tendencies should be viewed as rooted deeply in the actual history of this region, as well as in the lack of a federal European model.