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Dnevnik: A Show with a Message

Ljubljana, 22 June - U.S. President Bill Clinton's address in Ljubljana is the ultimate confirmation of the signals Washington has been sending to Slovenia in recent years: that the nation which prospered while war ravaged in the south of one-time common Yugoslavia should build a Berlin Wall against the Balkans in its desires to join Europe and distance from the former common state, but use its geo-strategic position, knowledge and contacts it once had with the region.

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