Congress and State Department's Disagreements Over Slovenia's Independence, According to Professor Ramet
Ljubljana, 23 October - The crisis in Yugoslavia took the office of the American President George Bush Sr. and the State Department by suprise, as they had no clear vision on how to solve the issue. On the contrary, the majority of the Congress was in favour of Slovenia and Croatia's recognition as independent states, Sabrina Petra Ramet, a U.S. doctor of political sciences, said at Monday's lecture on Slovene-American relations in the early 90s.
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