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Irish interest in lovely Ljubljana

Of all the former Yugoslav states, Slovenia was probably least affected by the Balkan conflict of the late 1980s and early 1990s.

25th June, 2005

Of all the former Yugoslav states, Slovenia was probably least affected by the Balkan conflict of the late 1980s and early 1990s.

Having always been the most affluent of the confederation of southern Slavic states drawn together by Tito, it simply went about the business of setting itself up as an independent entity in as business-like a fashion as it possibly could, leaving the recriminations to others.

It has therefore been the most financially successful...

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