Congratulations, Madam President Of Croatia – Now Comes The Hard Part!

  Kolinda Grabar-Kitarovic, the newly elected President of Croatia has achieved an amazing victory even though the winning margin between her and her opponent Ivo Jospovic in numerical value is considered minimal or very low. But to achieve victory in so profoundly politically divided country at this particular time of economic slump and brinks of […]

What Kind Of A President Does Croatia Need?

New presidential election in Croatia is fast approaching as 2014 slides into its second half. Articles published in Croatia’s leading newspaper Vecernji List on 7 June about three possible candidates (Kolinda Grabar-Kitarovic, Zeljka Markic and Ivo Josipovic/current incumbent) for 2015 elections can be taken as a kind of a voter crossroad, which leads the voters […]

Croatian Born NATO’s Kolinda Grabar-Kitarovic And Ethical Leadership That US Government Impasse Could Benefit From

O.K., the opposition and the government are not what one might call a team but both have the responsibility to ensure that the whole nation functions like one good team. Not happening in USA at the moment, as we well know – the government shutdown causing all sorts of havoc, much of which has strong […]

Croatia: Howling For Rape War Crimes Justice

Croatian politics, authorities and institutions (including media) have failed miserably at addressing the war crimes of rape perpetrated by Serbs against Croatian (and non-Serb women) during their war of aggression against Croatia. The same could be said for Bosnia and Herzegovina. There has been no significant will to prosecute rapists, war criminals – the political […]

Vuk Jeremic’s Paltry UNGA Presidential Mandate Facing Exit Door

“The United Nations General Assembly Friday June 14 elected by acclamation Ambassador John W. Ashe of Antigua and Barbuda as President of its upcoming 68th session. Taking the floor immediately after his election, Mr. Ashe, who is Antigua and Barbuda’s Permanent Representative to the United Nations in New York, said that in 18 months, the […]

Exclusive Interview With General Ante Gotovina

An intimate confession by General Ante Gotovina given in his family home in Pakostane after his acquittal in The Hague Authors: Jadranka Juresko-Kero, Davor Ivankovic, Goran Ogurlic Published in Croatia’s Vecernji List 26th and 27th November 2012. ( (Translated into English by Ina Vukic) “I believe that our destinies are written in God’s book, and […]

Joint injustice against Croatia so far – Joint justice from now on

Video now with subtitles in the English language! Joint Injustice (Udruzena Nepravda) – a documentary film Produced by Vecernji List newspaper, Croatia Author and Director: Jadranka Juresko-Kero, August 2012 All participants in this documentary film are independent professionals who have no association whatsoever with the ICTY in the Hague, with its Prosecutor or with the […]

Legal and military experts support Gotovina and Markac Hague defence challenge

An unprecedented occurrence landed at the Hague on Thursday 12 January. A  25 page Application and Brief by 12 world experts, analysing the ICTY’s April 2011 Judgment on Croatian Generals Ante Gotovina and Mladen Markac in relation to the alleged excessive shelling of Knin, Benkovac, Gracac and Obrovac during 1995 Operation Storm that liberated the […]

When courage prevails amazing things happen

It has been several months since Dr Esther Gitman’s book “When Courage Prevailed – the Rescue and Survival of Jews in the Independent State of Croatia” was published by Paragon House Publishers. This is a historical study based on documented facts with the emphasis on the ways Jews survived and were rescued in the Independent […]

When Truth Prevails

On the trail of Croatian truth – a worthwhile fact to know The Rescue and Survival of Jews in ‘The Independent State of Croatia ,’ 1941-1945.’

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