We speak with Slovak author, poet and pastor Daniel Pastirčák about the notion of 'traditional Christian values' as a theme in the recent President election campaign.
Is it really possible for a society not to produce any waste? We visit the second annual Zero Waste conference to be held in Bratislava.
At the end of March, the Slovak National Council approved a bill which modified various laws via transitional provisions in the event of a no-deal Brexit.
We speak with the director of the Anton Neuwirth Kolégium, where students learn by reading & discussing the classic works of great thinkers of Western civilisation.
On May 27th 1942 at 10.30 in the morning, Jozef Gabčík and Ján Kubiš put their plan into action - a plan to assassinate Reinhard Heydrich, a high-ranking German Nazi official.
80 years ago, on 14th March, Dr. Jozef Tiso became the head of the newly founded Slovak state. This period remains a controversial issue of the Slovak past up till this day.
What does being single bring to life? What obstacles does this status bring? How to turn them into something positive? How to tackle the frustration of young teenagers, who want finally want their firs ...
Why would a business manager invite a chess player to advise him on how to manage his business? We talk with 33-year old chess grandmaster Jano Markos.
Slovaks give the impression of being very reserved, but in reality this is true only in the beginning. Sometimes it is enough for the foreigner to take the ﬁrst step, since Slovaks, because of their ca ...
It was on January 27, 1945 that Soviet soldiers liberated the Auschwitz-Birkenau concentration and extermination camp, where the Nazis murdered about 1 million Jews. This date is now marked as the Inte ...