Psychological Operations And Information Warfare Against Croatia and Croats – Part V

Guest Post By Ante Horvat The former Yugoslav regime elements and their children spearheaded subversive activities against the facts, Croatia, and Bosnia and Herzegovina (B&H) Croats from the 1990s, through to today. While overtly Yugoslav nationalist in their rhetoric, still to today expending taxpayer resources celebrating the Communist “liberation” and 1945 Partisan (private property) “liberators” […]

Psychological Operations and Information Warfare Against Croatia and Croats – Part IV

  Guest Post By Ante Horvat Foreign Intelligence Agencies, Capabilities, and Croatia The revelations last year by Edward Snowden – and the brave reporting by Glenn Greenwald and his colleagues at The Intercept, as well as in quality independent blogs such as Washingtonsblog.com – shine a bright light on just how massive, invasive, many times […]

Psychological Operations And Information Warfare Against Croatia And Croats – Part III

Guest Post By Ante Horvat   Wartime Foreign Information Warfare against Croatia, Croats and the Truth With President Dr. Franjo Tudjman’s and HDZ’s political victory in 1990, which came after years of greater Serbian political agitation, legal abuses, ransacking of the Yugoslav Federal treasury, clandestine arming of a large swathe of Croatian Serbs, “meetings of […]

Psychological Operations and Information Warfare Against Croatia and Croats – Part II

    Guest Post By Ante Horvat The drums of war began to sound again in Serbia following the SANU Memorandum in 1986 following the death of the wartime and post-war criminal Josip Broz “Tito,” and this set a chain of events and actions by Serbia (and Milosevic’s Quislings in Croatia and B&H) resulting in […]

Psychological Operations and Information Warfare Against Croatia and Croats – PART I

      Guest Post By Ante Horvat While much has been written about the various phases and techniques about the endless information war being waged against Croatia and Croats – the most seminal works being from Admiral Davor Domazet Loso, Dr. Miroslav Tudjman, and the late and extremely great Dr. Jerry Blaskovich and Michael […]

A Brief History of The War in Croatia – Background, Battlefields and Outcomes

Recently this blog received a request from readers and bloggers for a post on what started the war in Croatia in the 1990’s, explaining that perhaps many ordinary Americans understand very little about it. As the subject is complex an article can hardly give it detail justice but it is hoped that this post (with […]

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