Monthly Archives: March 2013

Interview with Ivan Grdesic, Croatia’s new ambassador to London

CBR Editor Brian Gallagher interviewed Ivan Grdesic, Croatia’s new ambassador to London at the Croats in London page on the Croatian Language School website. Amongst other things, relations between the UK and Croatia are discussed as well as what his … Continue reading

Posted in Croatia's Foreign Relations

Croat Cardinals at the Conclave to select a new Pope – past interviews

There are 115 Cardinals at the Conclave in the Vatican to select a new Pope. Their deliberations have just begun. The Archbishop of Zagreb, Cardinal Josip Bozanic in an attendance. Another Croat Cardinal will also be there – from Bosnia-Herzegovina, … Continue reading

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Interview with Tomislav Kuzmanovic, co-counsel for General Mladen Markac Part 2

Published in Hrvatsk Vjesnik (Australia) No.1442  27 February 2012 Questions by Brian Gallagher  Part 1 can be seen here Del Ponte has apparently told the Serbian newspaper ‘Blic’ that neither the Serbian government nor its people should accept it. How … Continue reading

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Interview with Tomislav Kuzmanovic, co-counsel for General Mladen Markac Part 1

Published in Hrvatsk Vjesnik (Australia) No.1441 20 February 2012 Questions by Brian Gallagher Born in Milwaukee, Wisconsin,  49 year old Tomislav Kuzmanovic (pictured) was trial and appellate co-counsel for General Mladen Markac before the ICTY in The Hague. He is … Continue reading

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Originally posted on Croatia, the War, and the Future:
Photo: tportal.hr Following the real panic that’s been spreading across Great Britain regarding the reportedly anticipated rush, at the end of this year, of unemployed Romanians and Bulgarians into Britain and…

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CBR Editor interviewed at t-portal regarding Bulgarian, Romanian and Croatian immigration to the UK.

CBR Editor Brian Gallagher was interviewed for this article at Croatia’s popular t-portal website.  It concerns the current controversy over Bulgarian and Romanian immigration to the UK and how it relates to Croatian immigration to the UK in light of … Continue reading

Posted in Croatia Immigration