Slovenian Political Developments and Slovenian NATO Troop Deployment to the Baltic States

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Slovenian Political Developments and Slovenian NATO Troop Deployment to the Baltic States

with
Tibor Babic
IWP Student

Thursday, March 16
4:00 PM

The Institute of World Politics
1521 16th Street NW
Washington, DC 20036
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This event is part of a series on the Intermarium sponsored by the Kosciuszko Chair of Polish Studies.

Slovenia 380x204About the lecture

In Slovenia, people are mostly unsatisfied with the political situation. Prime minister Dr. Cerar is having less and less support, whereas President Pahor is enjoying support. Also, most people disagree with sending Slovenian troops for NATO purposes to the Baltic states; however, this deployment is a necessity because Slovenia needs to pay its share for NATO protection, and because Russia is a threat to other Eastern, Central, and Southern European states.

About the speaker

Tibor Babic was born in Maribor, Slovenia, and after graduating high school, he went to Vienna, Austria to study political science. His goal is to work in international relations, which is why he chose to attend The Institute of World Politics for graduate school. His research areas at IWP concentrate on EU and US relations and world order.

 


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