In 1991, there were about 25,000 Bosniaks in the Croatian Army. 9,000 of them had never even been to Croatia, yet they voluntarily joined the Croatian Army
The President of the Croat Party of BiH, Bozo Skopljakovic, said that he was gravely disappointed that BiH did not avail of the opportunity to finally open the door to the EU
The convicted war criminal Slobodan Praljak who committed suicide at the Hague courtroom having heard his verdict, is still a hero for many.
'The visit was not really necessary. It does not have any value added, as the previous ones did not have.
The Hague Tribunal is not a political institution and it did not process the nation but those responsible for grave war crimes and violations of the Geneva Convention, the Hague chief prosecutor Serge
The International Criminal Tribunal for former Yugoslavia (ICTY) rendered its final judgement in the case Prlic et al. affirming the sentences for the former leaders of self-proclaimed Croat statelet
Why the Croat (and Serb) politicians claim in unison that The Hague is a political court?
The recent verdict for 'Croatian Six' which attempted at creating so-called Herzeg-Bosnia, one could write a great deal and from a variety of angles...
The prayer meeting scheduled to take place in the eve of handing down the verdict for The Hague convicts Jadranko Prlic et al. in Mostar – has faced strong objections.
The FACE TV 'Central News' guest academic Rusmir Mahmutcehajic explained why he left the government in 1994.