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Politics 19:19

Half of Slovenians happy with govt's work, poll finds

The December Vox Populi poll suggests that 49.9% of Slovenians believe the government is doing a good job, up 5.7 percentage points (pps) over November. The Democrats (SDS) remain at the top of the party rankings, followed by the Marjan Šarec List (LMŠ) and the Social Democrats (SD).

Politics 15:04

Cerar tells Washington Post US should be more present in Europe

Foreign Minister Miro Cerar called for more involvement by the US in Europe in an interview he gave for the Washington Post while visiting the US last week. Unless the US "make its leadership more visible in Europe" it risks being eclipsed by China and Russia, the paper said on Saturday.

Politics 14:02

Slovenia somewhat disappointed with Katowice Climate Conference

Slovenia believes that the agreement reached at the Katowice Climate Change Conference on Saturday is good; however, the country is also somewhat disappointed over of the lack of recognition of the report by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), negotiator Marko Maver told the STA on Sunday.

Politics Press Review Dec 15, 2018, 12:03

Delo urges against internal division in face of Spanish pressure

Calling against internal disputes in Slovenia over Spain, the newspaper Delo says on Saturday that the toxicity of the Spanish-Catalan political and media arena allows for the abuse of everything, including Slovenia and its independence story.

Politics Press Review Dec 15, 2018, 11:13

Dnevnik says good relations with US should not require blind servility

Slovenia has in principle been as persistent supporter of US foreign policy guidelines. The occasions where Slovenia's views collided with the US's have been few, however, as a strong supporter of international law, Slovenia should or is actually obliged to use the right to its own position more often, the newspaper Dnevnik comments on Saturday.

Politics Dec 15, 2018, 10:25

Cerar discusses US-Slovenia ties, W Balkans in Washington

Foreign Minister Miro Cerar met US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and National Security Adviser John Bolton in Washington on Friday for talks focusing on the relationship between the two countries and the Western Balkans. Cerar also presented Slovenia's position on the implementation of the border arbitration award.