Monthly Archives: February 2013

The ICTY Perisic Acquittal: Implications

By Brian Gallagher Serbian General Momcilo Perisic, who had been convicted for aiding and abetting war crimes in Croatia and Bosnia-Herzegovina (BiH) has had all his convictions reversed and was freed by the ICTY appeals chamber at The Hague. What … Continue reading

Posted in Croatia's Foreign Relations, Homeland War

Urban Planning of Trogir in the Early Renaissance – 18 March

Another Cultural Event in London: Embassy of the Republic of Croatia, The Croatian – British Society -Split, The British – Croatian Society are inviting people to  illustrated lecture by Dr Radoslav Bužančić, Head of the Conservation Department for Dalmatia. RENOVATIO … Continue reading

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Denis MacShane – ‘Balkan’ pundit?

By Brian Gallagher It might be thought that Denis MacShane, the former Minister for Europe under Labour, would be keeping a low profile. After all, he is a disgraced ex-MP, having been caught fiddling his expenses on a rather large … Continue reading

Posted in Croatia's Foreign Relations

Wallace Collection Seminar in London on Bishop Josip Juraj Strossmayer – 25 February

The Wallace Collection is to hold a Seminar entitled, ‘Zagreb: Croatian Bishop Josip Juraj Strossmayer as Art Collector and Founder of the Gallery of Old Masters in Zagreb’. It will be given by Ljerka Dulibic, Strossmayer Gallery of Old Masters. … Continue reading

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Trace: art of Mirna Kresic at the ArtEco gallery, London 20 February – 16 March

The ArEco Gallery in London will be displaying the art of Mirna Kresic between 20 February and 16 March. There will be a private viewing of ‘Trace’ on 19 February.  Full details can be found here. OPENING HOURS: 11-6 Tues … Continue reading

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BBC Singers: Dalmatian Music now on BBC website to listen

For those who missed the Dalmatian Music special on BBC Radio 3, it is now available on their website for a short time here

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