Yugoslavia is a taboo in Slovenia now. We are still tense, as if we still do not believe that we are independent. Hence such a nervous reaction to any mention of Belgrade Spomenka Hribar, one of the leaders of the Slovenian Spring, a sociologist from Ljubljana, once the editor-in-chief of Nova Revija once again an […]
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