Current Political Problems Between Bosnia and Herzegovina and Croatia

Poor political relations between Bosnia and Herzegovina and Croatia have experienced culmination in the last year and a half after the International Court of Justice in The Hague rendered a final verdict in the so-called “Herceg-Bosna six”. ICJ ruled that there was a joint criminal enterprise against BiH, which was back then under the rule of Croatian President Franjo Tudjman and Defense Minister Gojko Susak.

Alimony Trust as an Insurance for Alimony Payment

According to the data of the Single Parents Association “Pride” from Banja Luka, in as much as 70% of cases, the parent avoids paying alimony. The amount of alimony is determined on the basis of the payroll of one of the parents who is obliged to pay alimony to the former spouse, or the guardian of the child.

European Mechanisms for the Protection of Human Rights and Their Applicability in BiH

Human rights equally belong to all human beings without discrimination on any ground. Such definition, by itself, leaves no doubt as to the applicability of human rights in practice. However, the reality of the citizens of Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH), as well as the entire society, indicates that enormous disobedience is caused by a dysfunctional and non-transparent political and legal system.

BiH’s Migrant Route

Author in this text covers the route of migrants through BiH and analyses all the flaws and issues it brought to the surface regarding states ability to deal with crisis and to coordinate between different levels of government.