Slovenia’s media scene has been relatively liberal since socialist times and shows little sign of backsliding. The fears of government takeovers that surfaced early in the country’s independence now appear to have been premature by STAN MARKOTICH IN THE 1980S, LONG BEFORE SLOVENIA secured its independence, the then-Yugoslav republic’s media began to evolve as an […]

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