by Rudolf M. Rizman To an outside and detached observer, Slovenian politics since 1991 exemplifies Francis Fukuyama’s celebrated argument about the “end of history,” identifying those countries that have successfully entered the arena of liberal democracy and in which sharp disagreements about the ends of political life have largely ceased. As most of the Slovenian […]

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