Globus is the Croatian weekly with largest circulation. Although independent and highly critical of the government, it is also staunchly "patriotic" unlike its more liberal counterparts, Feral Tribune and ARKzin. For example, the detailed analyses of the latest changes on the fronts in Bosnia-Hercegovina were a regular feature in the paper. In one of these articles, Globus "liberated" Drvar in western Bosnia about a month before the Croatian army actually entered the town. The rumors of imminent takeover of the paper by the government or individuals close to the ruling party, HDZ, surface from time to time, but Globus is still preserving its independence. The paper can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Croatian press in 1995: Dramatic Changes in Croatian Newspapers: the Editors in Chief of Slobodna Dalmacija and Vjesnik, Josip Jovic and Ante Ivkovic, To Be Fired!
- NDH is back!, Dr. Srecko Psenicnik talks about his plans for the future of NDH, 12/1 1995
- Dario Kordic, a War Criminal Indicted by the Hague Tribunal Lives Undisturbed in Zagreb, 7/8 1996
- The enfant terrible of Sarajevo journalism - Senad Pecanin, interview with theeditor-in-chief of the Sarajevo weekly Dani, 2/25/00
- Kosovo will never again be a part of Serbia and the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia, interview with Agim Ceku, the head of the Kosovo Protection Corps, 3/24/00
- Crimes in Gospic in 1991: Why did the Government of National Unity Remain Silent?, 4/14/00
- Croatia in the Partnership for Peace, 5/12/00
- How much will Croatia pay for Partnership for Peace?, 5/12/00
- Bobetko Accuses, interview with General Bobetko, 9/27/2002
- Dark Secrets Of Serb Leaders, interview with Cedomir Jovanovic, leader of Liberal Democratic Party of Serbia, 7/8/2005
Last Update 8/31/2007