Historical Book on Slovenia's Independence and Break-up of Yugoslavia Published
Ljubljana, 9 April - In the decades following the Second World War, Slovene top politicians, economists and intellectuals had, more or less overtly, often pegged Slovenia's committment to Yugoslavia to the possibility for free national, political and economic development. Only when the country realised that staying in Yugoslavia was leading to agony and had left it completely powerless and without influence, did Slovenia opt for independence.
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