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BRITISH POLICY AGAINST
CROATIA'S INTERESTS

Davor Ivankovic, Vecernji list, 6 December 2009, Bosnian Institute, 08 April, 2010

Confirmation of London's hostility to Croatian interests in the days of the Major government has come from a former Croatian foreign minister giving evidence at The Hague: 'the British asked that we surrender Baranja and a part of eastern Slavonia to Serbia. The British proposal, agreed with Slobodan Miloševic, was that Baranja and eastern Slavonia should become a condominium, that is, administered jointly by Croatia and Serbia.' Until the recent appearance of [former foreign minister] Mate Granic as a witness for the defence of General Mladen Markac, hence also of Ante Gotovina and Ivan Cermak...

 

 

TRANSCONFLICT

Many Bosniak political and media opinion makers are discovering that their best option involves using a traditional and, in the context of current borders, transnational ethnic movement to improve their leverage with their neighbours and the EU.

By David B. Kanin

September 14th, 2011

Ongoing debates in the Bosniak community reflect in part the failure of efforts to force civic identities on the...

 

 

DECLARATION BY THE PARTICIPANTS OF SERBIA-KOSOVO CIVIL SOCIETY DIALOGUE

Belgrade, May 18, 2011

Serbia-Kosovo relations are moving towards mutual recognition of realistic needs. This is evident in the startup of the official dialogue that would have hardly been possible was there not for the uninterrupted cooperation of civil society activists. The cooperation at the level of civil society has contributed to certain relaxation in the relations, but ...

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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U.S. HELSINKI COMMISSION TO HOLD HEARING ON HUMAN TRAFFICKING AND TRANSNATIONAL ORGANIZED CRIME

November 2, 2011

10:00 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.

Please join the Commission on Security and Cooperation in Europe for a hearing that explores the nexus between Transnational Organized Crime and Human Trafficking.

Organized Crime has evolved to meet the challenges of globalization and modern technology. In this evolution major international criminal organizations and smaller highly specialized groups of criminal entrepreneurs have found new ways to expand their operations and exploit human beings into slavery. To meet these challenges new national and international strategies have been placed into action, but their results remain to be seen. This continues the Helsinki Commission’s hearing series on new fronts in human trafficking. This hearing will focus on: (1) the evolving nature of Transnational Organized Crime, (2) the role of major international organized crime groups and smaller organized criminal syndicates in human trafficking, (3) identified trends, and (4) strategies to combat these organizations and prevent the trafficking of human beings.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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