If the Balkans have a crowd symbol, it is the traditional circular dance; the symbolism has been especially apt in the process of the countries of the former Yugoslavia joining […]
With a record low turnout of voters, just a bit over 20 percent, Croatia was electing 12 members to represent the country in the European Parliament. Croatia will join EU […]
Croatians were voting on April 14 2013 in the former Yugoslavian country’s first-ever elections for members of the European Parliament, ahead of Croatia’s scheduled accession to the bloc at the […]
Only a week after the Croatian government amended the regulation on the visa system and imposed visa requirements for Russia and Turkey, the bad news arrived from Russia: only 50 […]
With the support of European Union police agency Europol, the Croatian National police dismantled an illegal currency print-shop on March 26 and arrested 18 suspects belonging to a domestic organised […]
Croatian president Ivo Josipović has confirmed that he will not attend the June 11 2012 inauguration ceremony of Serbian president Tomislav Nikolić, following Nikolić’s controversial reported statements about Vukovar, Srebrenica [&hell ...