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June 05, 2020
Thirty-eight years ago on Monday, President Ronald Reagan delivered his historic Westminster Address to the British Parliament, in... Read More
May 15, 2019
After Slovak media reported on February 26, 2018, that the murder of investigative journalist Ján Kuciak and his fiancé Martina Kušnírová might be connected to top government officials... Read More
April 23, 2019
On March 30, 2019, Slovakia elected Zuzana Čaputová to be its new president, the first woman to hold the office. Čaputová, vice president of liberal centrist... Read More
April 20, 2018
Textbook democratic theory argues that elected governments are more responsive to constituent concerns and usually produce better living conditions in their countries than authoritarian regimes because citizens in democracies have the power to remove their leaders from office. Compared to their... Read More
March 22, 2018
History feels like it should be a static, dusty thing that lives only in books. It is something you study in a classroom, disconnected from the present. We all experience history’s legacy in the present day, whether consciously or not, but generally as passive observers. For most, history is... Read More
March 06, 2016
One thing is sure these days in Europe:  if you are a mainstream center-right or center-left party and you flirt with nationalism, you’d better do it right or else watch your right.  In almost every country these days, there’s a serious nationalist party that the voters will trust to be... Read More