Slovakia to host peace conference on Ukraine in March

February 15, 2015

Slovakia will host a peace conference on the Ukraine crisis in March, Slovak Prime Minister Robert Fico said on a radio talk show on Saturday.

The Hungarian Putin

February 9, 2015

MITCHELL A. ORENSTEIN is Professor and Chair of the Department of Political Science at Northeastern University and an affiliate of both the Davis Center for Russian and Eurasian Studies and the Minda de Gunzburg Center for European Studies at Harvard University.

Internationals Bratislava Carnival Party, 19 Feb

February 12, 2015

Are you looking for some fun in a  multicultural environment? Do you like carnival parties? If the answer is yes, then the International Carnival Party is the right choice for you.

Opposition Want to Recall Economy Minister Over Suspicious Ties

February 12, 2015

Following recent reports that a company formerly owned by Economy Minister Pavol Pavlis is embroiled in a lawsuit with the state worth EUR 60 million, opposition MPs are now calling for his resignation.

Wild horses a crucial part of Neanderthal diet, study finds

February 12, 2015

Wild horses were a crucial food source for Neanderthals who lived in central Slovakia more than 40,000 years ago, a study has revealed.

Slovaks vote on same-sex marriage, adoption ban

February 7, 2015

Slovaks voted Saturday in a referendum intended to strengthen a constitutional ban on same-sex marriage and adoption, highlighting conservative values in this ex-communist EU state.

Slovak vote on gay rights curbs not binding due to turnout

February 8, 2015

Winter-weary New England is getting more snow, likely several days of it and possibly totaling more than a foot.

Is There an EU East-West Divide Over LGBT Rights?

February 10, 2015

Slovakia’s referendum on gay rights on Saturday failed to achieve the 50% minimum electorate turnout, as was widely expected.

Slovakia Now Linked to Adriatic for Oil Supplies

February 9, 2015

Slovakia and Hungary have finally linked up their transmission networks, opening up a new door for Slovakia in particular to diversify its energy sources to include shipments of oil brought to a terminal in Croatia.

Former Israeli foreign minister says renewing relations with Czechoslovakia was “easiest thing in world”

February 9, 2015

The renewal of diplomatic relations between Israel and the former
Czechoslovakia 25 years ago was the easiest thing in the world, former
Israeli Foreign Minister Moshe Arens has told the Czech News Agency. Mr


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