Category Archives: Croatia’s Foreign Relations

Kolinda Grabar-Kitarović Seminar Series

The fourth president of Croatia, Kolinda Grabar-Kitarović, is presenting a seminar series titled Building Policy Consensus on the World Stage: The Pitfalls, Progress, and Possibilities for the Sine Institute of Policy & Politics. Guest speakers will include Robin Harris, biographer, advisor … Continue reading

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The Croatian Six Case: New Developments

The Croatian Six is widely considered to be one of the worst miscarriage of justice in Australia. In 1981 six Croatian immigrants were convicted of plotting major terrorist attacks. Since then, the case has unravelled somewhat, with the main witness … Continue reading

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Crodiaspora EU Funds Webinar

Crodiaspora recently held a webinar titled The Impact of EU Structural Funds on the Economy. There was discussion on how businesses can access EU funds. It can be seen via Facebook here.    

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Hoover Institution’s H.R. McMaster interviews former President Kolinda Grabar-Kitarović

Former Croatian President Kolinda Grabar-Kitarović was interviewed by the Hoover Institution’s H.R. McMaster on Croatia and international relations. It is available by podcast and video here.

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Federalisation – a Civic Solution for the Croats of Bosnia-Herzegovina

by CBR Editor Brian Gallagher First published in Hrvatski Vjesnik (Australia) 10 February 2021 Among the problems Bosnia-Herzegovina (BiH) faces, the issue of the Croat electoral issue is perhaps the most serious.  The Croatian state has been voicing its concerns … Continue reading

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Dayton Peace Accords Webinar – 21 November

The National Federation of Croatian Americans Cultural Foundation is having a Webinar on 21 November to mark the 25th Anniversary of the Dayton Peace Accords, the agreement made possible by Croatia’s Operation Storm. This will be an unmissable event for … Continue reading

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United States to move forward with the Visa Waiver Program

A message from Steve Rukavina of the National Federation of Croatian Americans Cultural Foundation: United States to move forward with the Visa Waiver Program Dear Friends and Croatian American Supporters: On Friday, October 2nd, U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo announced in Dubrovnik that the Department … Continue reading

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Virtual Town Hall event with Croatian Ambassador to Canada

The Canadian Croatian Chamber of Commerce are having a virtual Town Hall event with the Croatian ambassador to Canada, HE Vice Skracic on 8 Oct at 1900 EST. Details below:

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Croatian Prime Minister Andrej Plenković on CNN

Croatian Prime Minister Andrej Plenković appeared on CNN’s ‘Quest Means Business’ programme on Monday. He discussed with host Richard Quest Croatia’s tourist season in light of the Covid-19 risks. It was reported on extensively in Croatian media. The full interview … Continue reading

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NFCACF 27th Annual Meeting

Report by Steve Rukavina

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