/en/file/show//Images/Images.New/Places/Montenegro/Kolinda, elections 660x330.jpg

Croatia Faces Tight Race in General Election

Croatia’s parliamentary elections are shaping up to be a nail-biter, as the gap separating the two main parties has narrowed ahead of the vote on November 8.

Full Article

Retrials Expose Flaws in Croatia's 'War on Corruption'

Croatia’s much-vaunted ‘war on corruption’ appears to falter after Supreme Court overturns second conviction of former PM Ivo Sanader.

Get our daily and Premium headlines in your inbox

Choose your Newsletters:

Serbia-Croatia Row Exposes Balkan Fault Lines

The border dispute between Croatia and Serbia was only solved after Brussels intervened, showing how fragile relations between the two neighbouring countries really are.


Serbia Says Border Closures Are Hitting Economy

Serbian leaders have urged neighbouring states not to close their borders against the influx of refugees, saying that their country is suffering significant economic damage.

Croatia Press Review – July 17, 2015

Slovenia changes mind about taking participate in ‘Storm’ anniversary parade; Zagreb court to rule on indictment against Milan Bandic; polls show that voters focus on jobs and health.

Culture & Lifestyle


Balkan Leftists Head for Festival on Croatian Coast

A festival for alternative and leftist intellectuals, held in the Croatian seaside town of Sibenik, is putting the stress on antifascism and rising nationalism in the region this year.