Drago Hedl

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Sparks May Fly at Glavas Trial

The forthcoming trial could prove highly controversial if the investigative phase of the case is anything to go by.

26 May 07

Croatia's Long Hot Summer

A succession of foreign visitors have being turning up the heat on Zagreb over war crimes. And things look set to get hotter still.

16 Nov 05

Croatia's Long Hot Summer

A succession of foreign visitors have being turning up the heat on Zagreb over war crimes. And things look set to get hotter still.

16 Nov 05

Winning Team?

The former communist Ivica Racan and moderate Croat nationalist Drazen Budisa have teamed up to defeat Croatia's ruling HDZ in parliamentary elections which have to take place no later than January next year.

10 Nov 05

Sakic Sentence Opens Israeli Doors For Tudjman

The trial and 20-year sentence of 78-year-old death camp commander Dinko Sakic have opened up new possibilities for Croatia and its president Franjo Tudjman, including a state visit to Israel.

10 Nov 05

Voting Around The Christmas Tree

President Franjo Tudjman is wrapping up a Christmas present for the Croatian people - a parliamentary election on December 22 that his ruling HDZ party is widely expected to lose heavily. Unless they pull a few surprises first.

10 Nov 05

Croatia Faces Constitutional Crisis

Recent up-beat reports on the president's health have been greeted with scepticism within Croatia, where observers fear the ruling party will stop at nothing to retain their hold on political power.

10 Nov 05

Wave Of Anti-Americanism Sweeps Croatia

Zagreb's latest and most blatant anti-American outburst adopted a tone and manner not seen since the Communist era and the height of the Cold War - and has elicited a swift response from the US State Department.

10 Nov 05
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