by Sharon Fisher Although 1999 was not an easy year for Slovakia, it brought progress in politics, economic reform, and foreign relations. The greatest success of Prime Minister Mikulas Dzurinda’s four-party coalition government, which took office in October 1998, was Slovakia’s greatly improved international position, marked most notably by its invitation to European Union accession […]

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