(Licensed republication) November 29, 2012 KUHNER: Croatia’s triumph By Jeffrey T. Kuhner Croatia’s national independence finally has been secured. This is the real meaning of the recent ruling by the U.N. war crimes court in The Hague to overturn the conviction of Croatian Gen. Ante Gotovina. Last year, the U.N. court convicted Gen. Gotovina, along […]
This year’s official state celebration in Knin, August 5, of the 17th anniversary of Operation Storm which liberated the last of Croatian territory from Serb occupation, mass murder and ethnic cleansing clearly shows a renewed aggressive trend within the loud echelons of the Serbian ethnic minority in Croatia espousing Belgrade based Greater Serbia politics. While […]
Whether the fact that communist party predecessors of the current leftist Croatian government had rejected in 1991 the will of the majority of Croatian people to secede from communist Yugoslavia, (walked out of parliament when declaration of independence was being voted on June 25 1991) had anything to do with the bizarre taste left by […]
Referring to ICTY’s Radovan Karadzic trial and the June 28 acquittal of one charge of genocide pertaining to crimes committed by Serbs across several municipalities between March and December 1992 in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Timothy W. Walters, associate professor at Indiana University Maurer School of Law seems to believe that by trying in courts for […]
5 June 1991: City of Split demonstrated against Yugoslav Peoples Army and terrible Greater Serbia tendencies. On this historic day, after many days of the siege of village Kijevo (near Knin) and the massacre of Croatian policemen in Borovo selo, embittered residents of Split came out in their masses – unarmed, they confronted one of […]
Election campaigns for leadership of Croatian Democratic Union (HDZ) are entering the last leg in the race when thick dust gets raised as candidates gallop to the finish line (20 May). There’s renewed pledges by candidates to return HDZ to its original values set by the late President dr. Franjo Tudjman and to return to […]
Serbian ousted Monarchy on the rise: Will Serbia rehabilitate WWII war criminal Draza Mihailovic and author of Chetnik movement program to create ethnically clean Serbian state?
According to media reports The Supreme court of Serbia will, tomorrow Friday 23 March, rehabilitate Serbian war criminal Dragoljub Draza Mihailovic, leader of Serbian Chetnik forces in World War II. This move will cancel the 1946 conviction and consequent death sentence after which he was executed by the Yugoslav Communist authorities. The application for rehabilitation […]