Croatia and Slovenia had entered Istria when they became part of Yugoslavia and two years ago, upon seceding from it, each has taken a part of the peninsula Franjo Tudjman openly clashed with citizens of Istria before he became Croatia’s President. In the spring of 1990, after being booed at the Croatian Democratic Union (HDZ) […]

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