The current government has used language as an instrument to promote national identity in Slovakia. In the process, however, it has alienated not only the Hungarian minority but also many Slovaks by SHARON FISHER SINCE THE CZECH-SLOVAK SPLIT IN JANUARY 1993, Slovakia’s successive governments have faced the problems of building a state and strength-ening the […]

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