Monthly Archives: March 2011


Students of the Croatian language may be intrigued by the latest British census form. A copy of the questions can be given in foreign languages. There will no doubt be relief that ‘Serbo-Croat’ rightly does not figure. Serbian is available. … Continue reading

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Gotovina trial verdict – 15 April

The verdict of the Gotovina trial at the ICTY will be on 15 April. The verdict will have major significance for Croatia. It is important that those with an interest in Croatia follow what happens. The mainstream western media has … Continue reading

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UK to bar Croatian workers

The British immigration minister Damian Green has announced that citizens of new EU members will not be permitted to work in Britain for a period of seven years. This, of course, includes Croatia. For once, this is not part of … Continue reading

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Who is Croatia’s enemy in the EU?

The German MEP Doris Pack has caused a minor stir by pointing out that Croatia has an enemy in Europe determined to force Croatia to join the EU at the same time as Serbia. We’d be rather surprised if she … Continue reading

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