Of all the unpleasant topics burdening Croatian-Slovenian relations, certainly the most unpleasant and dangerous is the dispute over the territorial division of the bay of Piran. Slovenian public opinion polls say: in 1990, 3.8 per cent of the polled saw Croatia as a state that could endanger the independence of Slovenia; in 1991, this was […]

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