Michael Kopanic writes on Slovakia for CER
11 September 2000
Slovakia's recent entry to the OSCE is a significant step forward; can the country make futher progress?
29 May 2000
Tourism remains a largely untapped source of potential revenue for Slovakia.
20 March 2000
The legacy of Josef Tiso continues to divide Slovakia 50 years after his execution. Plans to unveil a plaque in his memory in the town of Žilina have been halted after national and international protests.
28 February 2000
Eight years after the crash that killed the much-loved architect of Prague Spring reforms, Alexander Dubček, Slovak investigators finally dispel speculations of murder and conspiracy and declare the death an accident.
24 January 2000
Reshuffling the Deck
Slovakia's Prime Minister, Mikuláš Dzurinda, has been toying with the idea of a new party since this past summer.
17 January 2000
Stealing the Steelworks, Part II
How the Eastern Slovak Ironworks went from steel behemoth to debt-ridden debacle.
10 January 2000
Stealing the Steelworks
The story of Alexander Rezeš is a perfect example of the kind of brazen corruption which has typified post-Communist transition.
10 January 2000
CONFERENCE REVIEW: Joint Conference on Corruption
A review of the conference.
13 December 1999
Success Abroad, Questions at Home
For Dzurinda's coalition to be strong over the next few years, his team will have to overcome much higher hurdles on the domestic front.
9 August 1999
The Cost of Joining the Club
The challenge for the current Slovak government is to convince the citizens that the present-day sacrifices are worth the price.
5 July 1999
The New Minority Language Law in Slovakia
The Slovak Parliament's impending approval of a bill in the shadow of Brussels.
28 June 1999
The Prospects for Schuster's Slovakia
Slovakia's new President.