The economic and security crisis triggered by Russia’s aggression against Ukraine has placed even greater strain on the already fragile trust in Slovak state institutions and the nation’s pro-Western orientation.
Both among the general populace and politicians, the question of Slovakia’s rightful place has once again emerged. Should the country persist on its path towards the West, make a U-turn and realign with the East, or perhaps settle as a bridge between the two?
New MapInfluenCE study analyzes the positions held by select Slovak political parties on Russia and China, focusing on the parties’ views and practical steps on the issue of responsibility for the war in Ukraine, isolation of Russia and sanctions, China’s stance on the war, ties with Taiwan, human rights concerns regarding China, and technological and economic dependencies.
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