Following recent unrest in Slovakia, there is much speculation about changes in the political landscape. CIPE looks at the evolving roles of Slovakia’s civil society and NGOs in recent decades with Pavol Demeš, a Transatlantic Fellow for the German Marshall Fund.
Demeš describes events of the 1990s as the turning point and also looks ahead to what he calls “dangerous trends” that organizations must counteract.
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