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» Dr Peter Kuzmic authority on Christian response to Marxism and on Christian ministry in post-Communist contexts
Submitted By Nenad N. Bach and Darko Žubrinić | Published 01/3/2014 | Human Rights , Science , Politics , People , Education , Community , Religion | Unrated
Dr. Peter Kuzmic is the foremost evangelical scholar in Eastern Europe and is considered an authority on the subject of Christian response to Marxism and on Christian ministry in post-Communist contexts. He co-founded and directs Evangelical Theological Seminary in Osijek, Croatia, the first evangelical theological school in Eastern Europe and the Balkans. He also founded Timisoara Theological Institute, a Romanian s
» Zed Seselja's maiden speech to the Australian Senate
Submitted By Boris Jakovac | Published 12/12/2013 | Croatian Life Stories , Politics | Unrated
Video of the speech prepared by newly elected ACT Liberal Senator Zed Seselja for his maiden speech in Australia's Federal Parliament. He was elected to the Australian Senate in the Australian federal elections held on 7 September 2013.
» It's not a Velvet but a Snowflake Revolution
Submitted By Marko Puljić | Published 12/4/2013 | Politics , Media Watch , Friends In Action , Events , Community | Unrated
Why a Snowflake? Simple. A snowflake is innocent, unique, gentle and clean, just like the vast majority of us. A snowflake is a child's joy just like we all want to be joy and pride for our children because we did something for their future. But a snowflake upon snowflake, though gentle, can become a deep snow and an avalanche. Then they have a power that cannot be ignored. Croatian Hamed Bangoura started a non-violent Snowflake Revolution
» Vesna Drapac: Deconstructing Yugoslavia - a Transnational History, a monograph reviewed by Dr. Mladen Ibler
Submitted By Dr. Mladen Ibler | Published 11/24/2013 | Science , Politics , History , Education | Unrated
Deconstructing Yugoslavia would be probably a more appropriate title of this book. The country failed twice as an integrated state – first as a Kingdom and next as a Communist state. Apart from the communist party and the army, which where the repressive organs of a corrupt and self-serving ruling elite after the Second World War, all cross-republican institutions fell well of atracting lasting interest.
» NFCA Alert: Croat Bosnian Census Requirement October 1-15, 2013
Submitted By Marko Puljić | Published 09/25/2013 | Croatians in B&H , Politics | Unrated
The National Federation of Croatian Americans alerts all Croat Bosnians living in the United States, in Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH), and around the world to register in early October for the first national census in twenty-two years.  It is important for all Croatian Americans with Bosnian dual citizenship and/or Bosnian citizenry to register for the census to ensure that Croats will remain one of the three constituent peoples of BiH - acc
» Croatia in EU on July 1st 2013 seen by professional designers
Submitted By Nenad N. Bach and Darko Žubrinić | Published 06/30/2013 | Politics , Media Watch , Ideas , Humor And Wisdom , History , Entertainment , Education | Unrated
Croatia has 12 centuries of uninterrupted international legitimicy, much longer than great majority of other members of the EU. As such, Croatia as an international subject is much older than EU itself. Among the most important moments of Croatia's recent past are June 25th 1991, when Croatian Deit (one of the oldest in Europe), as a result of 93,24% majority of votes of Croatian citizens, decided to become a sovereign st
» The Council for Croats outside of Croatia is founded
Submitted By Marko Puljić | Published 06/6/2013 | Svi putevi vode u Hrvatsku , Politics , Community | Unrated
The council will assist in designing and implementing policies, programs and activities in relation to  Croats who live beyond the borders of our beautiful country. Members of the council are among the most prominent representatives of the Croatian community from around the world, as well as representatives of the most important institutions in the country. All of them will help the Croatian government in des
» Margaret Thatcher 1925-2013: It is a great pleasure to speak to you here in the ancient capital of your beautiful country
Submitted By Darko Žubrinić | Published 04/9/2013 | Human Rights , Croatians in B&H , Politics , People , In Memoriam , History , Education | Unrated
Margaret Thatcher passed away on 8 April 2013. One of her greatest achievements came when she was no longer Prime Minister. She came out in support of recognising and arming Croatia in 1991 when Serbia had invaded and she did the same for Bosnia-Hercegovina when Belgrade turned its aggression onto that country. In so doing she helped focus international onto who was the aggressor. She played her role in combating the
» Oleh Hirnyk translated Hrvoje Kacic's monograph from Croatian into Ukrainian and published in Kyiv 2013
Submitted By Darko Žubrinić | Published 02/19/2013 | Human Rights , Politics , History , Friends , Education | Unrated
  Mr. Oleh Hirnyk translated an important monograph by Dr. Hrvoje Kačić, Serving My Country (U službi domovine), from Croatian into Ukrainian. The Ukrainian title is Hrvats'ki proriv (Croatian Break Through). The monograph has an extensive preface to the book, written by the translator, revealing many little known details from the history of relations between Croatia and Ukraine. The book has been published in 2013 in Kyiv,


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