21 February 2020
  • 11:25 Hot topics: Slovenian Prime Minister resigns; Croatia one of the most popular destinations; North Macedonian PM resigns
  • 10:45 PROMO: NEO, a Platform for Smart Living
  • 12:42 Rijeka flows in its own way – The European Capital of Culture 2020
  • 11:04 Top Balkan Women – 1/11: Marina Abramović
  • 10:56 Fear of robots is unfounded

Hot topics: Slovenian Prime Minister resigns; Croatia one of the most popular destinations; North Macedonian PM resigns

Author:  Ana Potočnik Slovenian Prime Minister resigns Marjan Šarec, Slovenia’s prime minister, has quit in a bid to push for snap elections. Šarec’s reason for resignation is that the minority coalition of five centre-left parties struggled to get legislation through the parliament. His announcement came after the resignation of his finance minister, Andrej Bertoncelj. Šarec […]

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PROMO: NEO, a Platform for Smart Living

The world keeps inspiring new milestones. On December 2018, Telekom Slovenije, a leading ICT provider in Slovenia, launched a boundary-shifting new platform for watching and searching for content, one of the first in the world which the users can control by voice commands (including in Slovenian). The platform also lets users control what they watch […]

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Rijeka flows in its own way – The European Capital of Culture 2020

A city of unobtrusive diversity and progressive ideas A city that flows, port of diversity, Balthazar city, rainy city. Those are just a few of the nicknames Rijeka received during its many transformations. For some it might be just another port city, but it is much more than that. It is a city of unobtrusive […]

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Top Balkan Women – 1/11: Marina Abramović

Women may not rule the balkans, but they hold some powerful positions Women in power is not what would first cross one’s mind in association with the Balkans – a traditional society where most important functions are still held by men. But change, albeit slow, is taking place and there are some ambitious females in […]

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Fear of robots is unfounded

Exclusive interview with Jadran Lenarčič, PhD, director of Jožef Stefan Institute, who won DELO’s Personality of the year award A scientist competes with his colleagues around the world and wants to discover something unknown, while the economy wants to create capital. Although these are two different worlds, they must exist in a positive conflict. It […]

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PROMO: Accessible world of digital and mobile communications. For you.

Telemach is part of the international United Group, leading telecommunications and media platform in Southeast Europe with the most watched programs in sports, film, children among others. Telemach’s international dimension and knowledge bring advantages to the Slovenian market, while providing continuous insight into operations, relationships and trends in the region and beyond. Telemach started as […]

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Southeastern Europe is a Theater of Great Powers, but Slovenia can Play a Strategic Role

To mark the publication of the eighth consecutive edition of The Adriatic Journal: Strategic Foresight 2020, the Institute for Strategic Solutions organised its traditional annual event in Ljubljana at the beginning of January. This year’s event, titled The West turns its back on the Western Balkans, focused on anticipated political, social and economic trends in […]

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Once Upon a Time In … Serbia

The views from the past: Misunderstanding Serbia Sometimes, the past is indeed a different country. During the years 1843 and 1844, a stubborn Englishman named Andrew Archibald Paton, Esq., became one of the first Western tourists to stroll around newly independent Serbia (still spelled Servia at the time). One day, he set himself a goal […]

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The essence of fashion is to be worn

Nataša Čagalj is one of the most prominent Slovenian fashion designers, who has been pushing the boundaries of prestigious fashion houses such as Cerruti, Lanvin, Stella McCartney and Ports 1961. In a candid interview with Delo’s Vesna Milek she talks about her first experience of London bohemian scene, turning down the job offer from the […]

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Hot topics: Slovenian government passes budget for next 2 years; Kurti secures majority to form government; Over 20,000 teachers go on strike in Zagreb; Montenegro and Italy switch on undersea power cable

Slovenian government passes budget for next 2 years Slovenia’s National Assembly voted 49:41 to pass the budget acts for 2020 and 2021, in what was an important test of the coalition’s strength. The populist National Party (SNS) and both minority MPs provided the missing votes. The vote took place just weeks after the Left walked […]

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