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Recent Reports

A Half-Hearted Welcome: Refugee Return to Croatia, Europe Report N°138, 13 Dec 2002

Seven years after the end of the war, the issue of refugee return continues to be contentious for Croatia.


Croatia: Facing up to War Crimes, Europe Briefing N°24, 16 Dec 2001

On 8 October 2001, the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia (ICTY) confirmed an indictment charging Slobodan Milosevic, the former president of Serbia and of the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia (FRY), with crimes committed in Croatia.

Change in the Offing: The Shifting Political Scene in Croatia, Europe Report N°50, 14 Dec 1998

The Croatian Democratic Union (HDZ) has dominated Croatian political life since multi-party elections in April 1990 brought an end to communist rule.

Breaking the Logjam: Refugee Returns to Croatia, Europe Report N°49, 11 Sep 1998

In outline form, the elements of the various agreements suggested by ICG, based on our presence in the region and extensive consultations around it over the last few months, are as follows: As winter approaches in Bosnia and Herzegovina (Bosnia), conditions for refugee returns to that country become increasingly difficult. In neighbouring Croatia, by contrast, the weather is generally milder so that, given political will, refugees should be able to return to their homes throughout the winter months.