Saša Cvijetić writes on Croatian affairs for CER.
17 April 2000
Red Carpet District
With recent threats of war, the new Croatian ruling élite are showing sings of dangerous disorientation.
13 March 2000
The Art of Playing Football
The link between football and Croatian politics is not entirely metaphorical, as is shown by the events of the past few days in the Zagreb City Assembly.
31 January 2000
Coffee with the President
The victory of Stipe Mesić in the first round of Croatian presidential elections illustrates a paradox.
17 January 2000
And What Now?
A landslide victory in the long-awaited Croatian parliamentary elections.
13 December 1999
At the end of 1999, Croatia finds itself with neither a President nor a Parliament.
29 November 1999
Nomen est Omen?
There has hardly been a notion in this century as burdened by negative connotation as "the Balkans."
15 November 1999
The Unbearable Lightness of Being an Intellectual
After undergoing several phases, intellectuals in Central Europe are afraid to exercise their critical role, often acting as courtesans serving the post-Cold War establishment.
18 October 1999
At the Second Crossroads, Part II
Examining Croatia's political parties and the political landscape on the eve of elections.
11 October 1999
At the Second Crossroads, Part I
The process of democratic transition in Croatia has been more complex than in the other countries of post-Communist Europe.