By Elaine Donnelly
Extending sexual misconduct to combat units
Independent voices from the TWT Communities
Vedran Sabljak, a shipyard worker in this northern Adriatic port, knows what he thinks about Croatia joining the European Union: a resolute "no."
"Maybe the EU is no longer as attractive, and we may be late in joining, but better the European Union than back to some kind of a Balkan union,"
"I would rather be with Germany and France than with Serbia and Bosnia," said Jadranka Blazic, a lawyer from Zagreb, referring to Croatia's former compatriots in the Yugoslav federation that broke up in a bloody civil war in the 1990s.