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Q: Slovenia was able to declare its secession from Yugoslavia and its independence in 1991 with little opposition from Yugoslavia for all of the following reasons, EXCEPT
A: Can you restate your question because I can't find the listed reasons.
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User: Slovenia was able to declare its secession from Yugoslavia and its independence in 1991 with little opposition from Yugoslavia for all of the following reasons, EXCEPT

Weegy: Can you restate your question because I can't find the listed reasons.
mtpf|Points 20|

User: Slovenia was able to declare its secession from Yugoslavia and its independence in 1991 with little opposition from Yugoslavia for all of the following reasons, EXCEPT

Weegy: Can you restate your question because I can't find the listed reasons.
mtpf|Points 20|

User: Select one of the options below as your answer:A. Slovenia does not have a common border with the Serbian part of the Yugoslavian federation B. almost all of the population of Slovenia are Slovenes, with few Serbs in the region C. the population of Slovenia is greater than that of the remaining republics in the Yugoslavian federation D. Croatia also declared its independence from Yugoslavia at the same time as Slovenia

Weegy: C. the population of Slovenia is greater than that of the remaining republics in the Yugoslavian federation
om_roy|Points 20|

User: The "iron curtain" in Europe refers to __________.Select one of the options below as your answer:A. fortifications built along the U.S.S.R.-East European borderB. military rearmament of the nations of Eastern Europe by the SovietsC. a wall built around Berlin to isolate it from East GermanyD. barriers to prevent travel and communication between Eastern and Western Europe

Weegy: the correct answer is D. [ barriers to prevent travel and communication between Eastern and Western Europe This term had been in occasional and varied use as a metaphor since the 19th century. ]
Expert answered|lyracorrea|Points 10|

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