Slovakia's Reforms Deserve Second Look

The go-slow approach of the country's premier has been criticized, but it appears necessary to correct past mistakes and chart a better way forward

Central Europeans have become used to permanent revolution over the past 17 years and are still being urged to make further reforms to catch up with Western Europe and cope with global competition. Any politician who questions this is condemned as "anti-reform," as if that ends the argument.

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