Category Archives: Croatia’s Foreign Relations

Euronews Interview with Croatian President Kolinda Grabar-Kitarovic

In case anyone missed it, the Croatian President gave an interview with Euronews last week. We think she acquited herself well on it, and covers a broad range of topics, dealing with tough questions. Of particular interest may be her … Continue reading

Posted in Croatia and the EU, Croatia's Foreign Relations, Economy, Homeland War

Croatian Prime Minister Zoran Milanovic at the LSE

CBR Editor Brian Gallagher has written a short piece regarding Prime Minister Zoran Milanovic’s recent lecture at the London School of Economics for the Croats in London webpage. It can be seen here.

Posted in Croatia and the EU, Croatia's Foreign Relations

Margaret Thatcher biography book review in ‘Most’

CBR Editor Brian Gallagher has a review of Robin Harris’s biography of Margaret Thatcher – Not for Turning – in the latest issue of Most, published for Christmas/New Year.  Most is published by the Croatian Catholic Chaplaincy in London and … Continue reading

Posted in Croatia's Foreign Relations

Gotovina Case: Eric Gordy’s Straw Men

  Eric Gordy’s Straw Men   Reblogged from Misetic Law By Luka Misetic My June 19th blog post titled, “The Joint ‘Criminal’ Enterprise Against Judge Theodor Meron”received many responses, but none more bizarre than a blog post written by sociologist Eric … Continue reading

Posted in Croatia's Foreign Relations, Homeland War

Denis MacShane update

Ex-Minister for Europe Denis MacShane, who we have written about here has been charged by the Crown Prosecution Service with false accounting. Details can be found at these links: BBC, Daily Telegraph, Guido Fawkes.  Regardless of the outcome of the trial, … Continue reading

Posted in Croatia's Foreign Relations

Croatia finally joins the EU

By CBR Editor Brian Gallagher 1 July saw the accession of Croatia to the European Union. There are number of aspects to think about: benefits, what the EU expects and the EU’s view of Croatia as some kind of example … Continue reading

Posted in Croatia's Foreign Relations, Croatian politics and elections, Yugosphere - Why it does not exist

Croatia joins the EU – update 1 July 2013

An interview with Croatian President Ivo Josipovic in The Indepndent appears here Last night’s ceremony in Zagreb can be seen here And if you want a drink to celebrate in London see here

Posted in Croatia's Foreign Relations, Events, Notable Days, Uncategorized