The Croatian concentration camp Jasenovac is the site of fierce ongoing controversy, muddled by extremists and cover-ups, about the extent of its horrors
An alarming and expanding wave of revisionism in Eastern Europe
In 1992 I traveled to Zagreb to help displaced persons fleeing Bosnia and Herzegovina. Years later, I visited Sarajevo and pondered the fragility of freedom.
A top-five prospect for June 23rd’s NBA draft the 7-foot-1, 18-year-old Croat has been honing his craft at Maccabi Tel Aviv. But is ‘The Next Porzingis’ ready for the big time?
Nearly 150 years ago, the Jewish community in Croatia’s capital city began to worship in a newly constructed temple. It was later demolished.
In her memoir ‘The Pat Boone Fan Club,’ Sue William Silverman recalls where she and her Christian boyfriend went their separate ways
Plus spotting Bibi on the street in Jerusalem, and more in the news
In Slavko Goldstein’s newly translated ‘1941,’ Nazi-backed fascists tear through the Balkans. Yugoslavia never recovered.
A night spent in a Croatian art museum—a cultural-exchange project I’d repressed agreeing to—yielded clarifying reminders of the ethnic tensions in both the land I was visiting and the one I call home
No ‘Intifada’ in NYC, ugly Croatian soccer chants