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Slovakia: New Government, New Challenges

On April 28, 2020 the German Marshall Fund of the United State in cooperation with Friends of Slovakia organized online discussion “Slovakia: New Government, New Challenges”. Discussants included Dr. Kevin Deegan Krause, Associate Professor of Political Science, Wayne State University, Michigan; Pavol Demeš, Senior Non-Resident Fellow, German Marshall Fund of the United States; Dr. Grigorij Mesežnikov, President, Institute for Public Affairs, Bratislava and Martina Hrvolová, Program Officer for Europe and Eurasia, Center for International Private Enterprise.


Discussion was moderated by Jonathan Katz, Senior Fellow, German Marshall Fund of the United States.


The discussants focused on the results and the contexts of the recent Slovak parliamentary elections (February 2020), the first steps of the new cabinet, its priorities in selected areas, including foreign and security policy, the prospects of the ruling four-party-coalition’s operation.


Information about the event’s program can be found here.


The full discussion is available on YouTube

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