Tag Archives: Zoran Milanovic

Oct 6 2015

James Ker-Lindsay on the refugee crisis: “I have never seen the EU so utterly divided and working against the very principles upon which it was built”

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How has the refugee crisis affected countries in South Eastern Europe? In a discussion on the situation in Serbia, Croatia and Hungary, James Ker-Lindsay argues that with no country – Germany included – managing to get all of their moves … Continue reading

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Jun 12 2015

Croatian war veterans: Coup de théâtre or coup d’état?

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Since October 2014, Croatian war veterans have been camping in front of the Ministry dedicated to them. They are protesting against the government in power and requesting more rights for themselves – though, relatively speaking, they have been treated as … Continue reading

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Mar 19 2015

Croatia’s economy under Milanović: recession and policy response

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Milanović’s government in Croatia has entered its final year. Its decision to continue with the previous government’s policy of fiscal consolidation has overshadowed the initial aim to boost investment – to dismal consequences, argues LSEE’s Will Bartlett. The only hope … Continue reading

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Mar 12 2014

Five minutes with Zoran Milanović, Prime Minister of Croatia: “A referendum against minority rights is not going to happen – we shall oppose it by all legal means”

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Croatia joined the European Union in July 2013, becoming the 28th member state. Following the referendum on EU membership, however, a number of other referendums have been initiated by grassroots movements under the country’s Referendum Law, including an amendment to the … Continue reading

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