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Exclusive: Croatian counties are going for referendum to leave Federation B&H

Counties with Croatian majorities will soon make a proposition of referendum law to county parliaments. That way, after Republika Srpska and Federation, counties will be able to make decisions based on direct democracy, decisions not susceptible to politicization and dismissal, as that politicization and dismissal is being conducted today by media assault on certain political parties.
Read more » | 10.09.2011. | Viewed 7131 time(s)

Bloodstained Christmas in Bosnia and Herzegovina

Ante Cuvalo, Ph. D. - President Petar Radielovic – Secretary Alliance of Croats of Bosnia and Herzegovina*** The slaughter of Andjelko Andjelic (68) and his two daughters, Mara (46) and Zorica (27) took place in the village of Kostajnica, near the town of Konjic, in Bosnia and Herzegovina on December 24, 2002. Andjelko's son Marinko (30) was seriously injured during the attack. They were gunned down in their home while making Christmas preparations.
Read more » | 02.12.2009. | Viewed 5351 time(s)

The ICTY expert witness dr. Mladen Ancic

THE WITNESS EXPERT DR. MLADEN ANCIC ON THE ROLE OF THE PROSECUTION IN THE ICTY, THE HAGUE
Read more » | 02.12.2009. | Viewed 1662 time(s)

New World Order: The Bosnian Model

Congress flirted earlier this year with taking a more assertive role in determining U.S. policy in Kosovo and the other countries in the Balkans, but ultimately chose to stick with the pattern that has characterized most of the last several decades: Congress grumps and grouses from time to time but essentially leaves foreign policy to the president, which means to the executive branch.
Read more » | 02.12.2009. | Viewed 1964 time(s)

THOMAS L. FRIEDMAN: FOREIGN AFFAIRS

SARAJEVO, Bosnia - There's something strange going on here. If you look around the Balkans today you'll see that democracy movements are tentatively sprouting in the two ethnically pure Balkan states that caused the most trouble during the Bosnian war: Serbia and Croatia. And democracy is least alive and well in the place where NATO and U.S. troops are present, namely multi- ethnic Bosnia (and Kosovo).
Read more » | 02.12.2009. | Viewed 1523 time(s)

Prof. Dr. Ante Markotic: THE DEMOGRAPHIC CASCADE OF THE CROATIAN ARCHIPELAGO IN BOSNIA-HERZEGOVINA (TO STAY OR TO GO)

The first ever democratic and multi-party elections characterized a process where the aspirations of newly independent and internationally recognized states on the territory of the former Yugoslavia were expressed.
Read more » | 02.12.2009. | Viewed 3398 time(s)

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