3 August 1999 LJUBLJANA — Slovenian politicians were blushing with pride when U.S. President Bill Clinton visited Ljubljana this June. The visit — Clinton’s first — was a tremendous diplomatic success and, in terms of the country’s integration into Euro-Atlantic structures, an important notch on Slovenia’s bedpost. But the euphoria that would have accompanied such […]

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