Category Archives: Homeland War

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

CBR Editor speech on Vukovar reported in Slobodna Dalmacija

CBR Editor Brian Gallagher made a speech at the Croatian Church in London regarding Vukovar on 16 November. A major part of it was about encouraging international visitors to the city. This would help educate the world about what happened there, … Continue reading

Posted in Economy, Homeland War, Notable Days, Tourism

Letter in the Windsor Star re: Gotovina and Operation Storm

CBR Editor Brian Gallagher has a had a letter published in Canada’s Windsor Star. It can be seen here.

Posted in Homeland War

Croatian Remembrance Day service and talk in London 17 November

The Croatian Chaplaincy will be having a service on 17 November for Croatian Remembrance Day. Afterwards, Dr Robert Skenderovic will be giving a talk on the Homeland War (in the Croatian language). Full details of this very special event can … Continue reading

Posted in Events, Homeland War

The Competence of Judge Güney and the Boomerang Effect

Worth mentioning that Judge Meron has now been re-elected – by a large majority – as President of the ICTY. A pretty crushing defeat for those who have attacked Meron. Croatia, the War, and the Future Reblogged from http://www.miseticlaw.blogspot.com.au By … Continue reading

Posted in Homeland War, Uncategorized

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

Professional Suicide Of A Hague Judge

Croatia, the War, and the Future Written by Vesna Skare-Ozbolt, published by Croatian portal Dnevno.hr 26 June 2013 (Translated into English by Ina Vukic) Danish newspaper Berlingske June 13 published judge Frederik Harhoff’s letter, in which he expresses his suspicions … Continue reading

Posted in Croatia's Foreign Relations, Homeland War

The Joint “Criminal” Enterprise Against Judge Theodor Meron

Croatia, the War, and the Future Reblogged from Misetic Law The Joint “Criminal” Enterprise Against Judge Theodor Meron The Inside Story of How Carl Bildt, Intelligence Agencies from the Nordic countries, Serge Brammertz, Florence Hartmann, Mirko Klarin And Others Are … Continue reading

Posted in Croatia's Foreign Relations, Homeland War

Prostitution Of Justice A-la-Judge-Frederik-Harhoff Style

Croatia, the War, and the Future Well, it’s been a most interesting (for want of a stronger word) week around interpretations of ICTY judgments that acquitted of war crimes some senior Croat and Serb military leaders, particularly in the past … Continue reading

Posted in Croatia's Foreign Relations, Homeland War

Margaret Thatcher (1925 – 2013) on Croatia

Margaret Thatcher passed away today. One of her greatest achievements came when she was no longer Prime Minister. She came out in support of recognising and arming Croatia in 1991 when Serbia had invaded and she did the same for … Continue reading

Posted in Croatia's Foreign Relations, Homeland War