Perhaps it’s better to say the culture wars have been brought to the tiny ex-Yugoslav republic in the Alps, courtesy of prime minister Janez Janša, now in a third term as prime minister. (His previous term ended in a 2013 corruption scandal.) Janša has been replacing museum directors, canceling government leases and contracts with arts organizations, and pushing a right-wing nationalist artistic agenda in the ways we’ve seen in Hungary and Poland in recent years. – The New York Times

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