Croatia: Cranking up Demographic Panic

The demographic panic that the Croatian President Kolinda Grabar Kitarovic has on Tuesday 17 April 2018 injected with a new, curious and cranked up alarmist notch in the coastal town on Sibenik leaves a sour taste of the absurd, of hollow political point-scoring, and I certainly cannot see the logic nor much justification for it; […]

Croatia: Hague Judgement Against Serb Vojislav Seselj Brings No Liberation From Fear Of Violence And Hatred

Paragraph 175 of the Appeals Chamber, The Mechanism for International Criminal Tribunals (MICT), judgment dated 11 April 2018 (PDF judgement) found the Serbian Radical Party leader Vojislav Seselj guilty of crimes against humanity in relation to his public speeches actions targeting persecution and forcible deportation of Croatians living in Vojvodina province in Serbia. Seselj did […]

Staying Or Working In Croatia – Visa Requirements

Sorting out or summarising in “Plain English” the information available on the Ministry of Foreign and European Affairs of Croatia for foreigners who wish to stay or work in Croatia, as current in April 2018, has smartly and aptly been carried out by The Dubrovnik Times and it’s well worth reposting the information here as the […]

Let The Croatian Bells Wake Us All Up!

The Croatian Bells (Hrvatska zvona) association was founded and registered in June 2017 in Siroki Brijeg, Bosnia and Herzegovina, and its main focus and principles are in the promotion of the Homeland War, the cultural and historical idetity of the Croatian people. It was founded with the mission of promoting the values of the Homeland […]

Fire and Ice: Croatia in change and transition

Heraclitus (535BC-475BC) the early Greek philosopher developed the “doctrine of flux” within the context of the Delphic precept to “know thyself”. A thorough examination of change shows the central transitions: night to day, summer to winter, sleeping to waking, life to death. The most famous surviving fragment of his writing is the statement that ”you […]

New Wave Of Businessmen In Croatia

Almost a year ago we wished Eugene Brcic Jones and his Australian wife and two toddlers the best of luck with their big move to Croatia. I caught up with the Brcic Jones’ for a cup of coffee as light flakes of snow tried to stave off the start of Spring in the heart of the […]

Anti-Croat Efraim Zuroff Rampage

  Upon her current visit to Argentine Croatian president Kolinda Grabar Kitarovic said that many Croats had found their freedom” in Argentina after World War II, fleeing persecution in Communist Yugoslavia, adding that she felt proud of all the generations of Croats who came to the Latin American country. Kolinda Grabar-Kitarovic also said earlier this […]

CROATIA’S NEW CROP OF ENTREPRENOURS TAKE NEW APPROACH WITH DIASPORA

  Ognjen Bagatin, young lion, the leader of a new generation of entrepreneurs, with his example he changes the way of doing business in Croatia as well as the current relationship with diaspora, a relationship that cries for an overall change in keeping with the new digital era of globalization.   PRESS RELEASE Poliklinika Bagatin […]

The Killing of “For Home And Country”

The pursuits of “forget the past, turn to the future” within Croatia’s halls of power have for at least two decades echoed ad nauseam. This past particularly being that of WWII past and post-WWII past – the conflicting coexistence of independent Croatia fighters (Ustase) and those who fought to keep Croatia as part of Yugoslavia […]

EU Data Protection Regulation To Apply to All Business Dealings May 2018

  The European Commission’s January 24 2018 communication shows that only two member states, Austria and Germany, have adopted the required national legislation. Others, Croatia included, are at different stages of the process. To meet the May 2018 deadline, Croatia should promptly address its national approach to open issues. Croatian stakeholders are aware of the […]

Crypto Creeps Into Croatia

Satoshi Nakamoto designed bitcoin to disrupt central banking, but one man – Vit Jadlicka, Czech politician, publicist, activist, former accountant – has an even more controversial plan for the blockchain: build a nation state – across the disputed land on the western bank of the Danube between Croatia and Serbia. One of the biggest mysteries […]

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