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Slovenia

  • Bojan Dekleva
  • Spela Razpotnik
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Abstract

Slovenia is one of the new transition states that emerged as independent state formations at the end of the last century, following the fall of the Berlin Wall and the related wave of transformation of political regimes, as well as geographic boundaries. Slovenia gained independence in 1991 with the secession from the former political formation of Yugoslavia, before the outbreak of bloody conflicts in other regions of ex-Yugoslavia. Having been the first state to secede from Yugoslavia and due to its relative national homogeneity, it managed to escape war and similar long-lasting conflicting states, characteristic of the transformation and emergence of states in other parts of the former Yugoslavia.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Department of Social Pedagogy, Faculty of EducationUniversity of LjubljanaLjubljanaSlovenia

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