Slovakia and Canada. Hearing the names of these two countries often makes sense for many only once they are announced as two opponents meeting in an international ice-hockey match.
We talk with a young Slovak living in the UK about how the uncertainty of Brexit is impacting the lives of ordinary foreigners who have settled there.
Mutual values, current security issues, as well as mutual diplomatic relations were the topics that US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo discussed while on his visit to Bratislava on Tuesday, 12th Februar ...
More than 300 Slovak journalists have released an open letter in which they declare they are against politicians influencing printed media content.
Slovak caregivers working in Austria have been a topic of discussion in Slovakia for many years, as it is hard to find a locality in Southern or Eastern Slovakia without somebody that has left to take care of elderly or disabled Austrians.
On January 1, 2009, Slovakia adopted the euro as a common currency. After a decade, people have become accustomed to the new coins and banknotes, but complain about everything getting more expensive.
How was Christmas celebrated in Slovakia half a century ago when there were no shopping malls and the country was predominantly rural? Silvia Kočková has investigatied this topic somewhere in Eastern S ...
"Not all the coal that is dug warms the world," is a quote ascribed to Mary Harris Jones, an Irish-born American educator, dressmaker as well as social activist.
The Slovak Ministry of Foreign and European Affairs will launch a communication website in December on all questions and issues related to Brexit.
In this last episode of our guide we take a look at what candidates have in store when it comes to culture in Bratislava including well, multiculturalism.