The feminist approach in foreign policy gives room for an alternative perception of it, as it focuses mainly on the security of the most vulnerable in the world system, says researcher KATEŘINA KRULIŠOVÁ. She also sees elements of feminist diplomacy in the practice of Central European countries, but so far "unsystematically grasped and dependent only on individuals".

What do we know so far about how Slovakia envisages the future of the EU? Which themes resonate? Do we want radical changes or are we more cautious? And how do people in the regions see it?

It cannot be expected that all households in Slovakia will live through the Conference on the Future of Europe. But it is an attempt to find answers to the huge challenges facing liberal democracy, says the new head of the European Commission Representation in Slovakia, Vladimír Šucha.

Justice Minister Mária Kolíková supports the dialogue with Poland and Hungary. However, she also believes it is legitimate for countries not to approve recovery plans. MEP Michal Šimečka believes that the European Commission should be stricter and that the countries will not leave the EU. However, Vladimír Šucha, the new head of the Commission's representation, disagrees. According to him, opinion polls cannot be relied on.