Marko Perkovic Thompson’s highly charged lyrics have been used to justify concert bans in at least five countries.
The brainchild of a Czech linguist and a Croatian anthropologist, the language aims to build bridges between Slavic people.
After just six months in office, the conservative premier is assailed by the junior coalition partner and minority parties.
Troubled Croatian group and its suppliers employ over 100,000 in the region.
A Declaration on the Common Language drafted by Balkan linguists received a better reception among common people than politicians.
As the UK pledges new funds for demining efforts, former Yugoslav countries slowly clear the deadly legacy of war.
Some Central and Eastern Europeans fear ending up on the periphery of the EU.
‘It’s not their fault; they’re fighting for their lives just to save their kids.’
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