by Stan Markotich Tracking developments in Slovenia in 1997 was a prospect as exciting as observing a chess game. What this in fact demonstrates is just how far removed from the former Yugoslavia and the Balkans in general the tiny alpine country has become in its roughly seven years of independence. The year’s main issues […]

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