Not Even a Prosperous Slovakia Is Immune to Doubts About the E.U.
Slovaks are showing that even in countries that have succeeded in the European Union, public sentiment is steadily shifting against Brussels.
Self-Defense for Novelists
Krav maga lessons started as research but became an enjoyable punishment.
When Europe’s Far Right Came for Me
I’ve experienced firsthand the dangers of the demagogy that is sweeping Central Europe. We need to stop it before it’s too late.
E.U. Leaders, Struggling to Respond to Crises, Gather in Slovakia
Representatives of 27 member nations — all but Britain, which voted in June to leave the bloc — remain divided over migration, security and the economy.
A Renewed Cafe Culture Perks Up Bratislava’s Old Town
The new scene has ushered in a revival of tradition that was interrupted during the Communist era, when officials tried to limit social interaction.
Missed Penalty Kick Barely Fazes Germany in Rout of Slovakia
The win advances Germany to a quarterfinal matchup with either Spain or Italy.
England Again Dominates Everywhere but on Scoreboard
After a loss to Russia and a win over Wales, England continued its inconsistent play at these European Championships in a scoreless game against Slovakia.
A Flare in the Stands Signals Trouble for Russia
UEFA hinted that the appearance of a flare among Russian fans, banned by its rules, would not lead to Russia’s expulsion from Euro 2016. Its play in a 2-1 loss to Slovakia might, however.
Vigilantes Patrol Parts of Europe Where Few Migrants Set Foot
In countries like Slovakia and Hungary, vigilante groups are portraying a menacing incursion of asylum seekers to build support for their xenophobic agendas.
A Soviet-Era Mind-Set at the Market
Confronting, or failing to confront, the old conformity in Slovakia.
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