Faced with a plummeting Croatian birthrate, the government is considering drastic measures to increase the population – measures that could lead to discrimination against women and minorities by KRISTINE JENKINS AS CROATIA DIGS OUT OF the economic calamity and the social instability brought on by the collapse of Yugoslavia and five years of war, the […]

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