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Chicago Journal of International Law Examines The Case For Liberland

Within the summer edition of the prestigious Chicago Journal of International Law was published a detailed piece explaining the implications of Liberland with regard to international law. Author Gabriel Rossman’s 35 page essay explains the history of statehood under international law as well as the Croatian-Serbian historical border conflict and then weaves together an explanation …Read More

The Liberland Crisis

The Liberland Crisis — Dutch Red Cross Volunteer detained in Croatia

Niels “Yoshi” Harmsen is currently under house arrest in Croatia, pending his trial. He is facing up to 30 days in one of Croatia’s toughest prisons for what the Croatian authorities call an “illegal entry into the Schengen area”. This accusation is highly disputed. He has become the latest victim in an ongoing dispute between …Read More

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Renewed Croatian Aggression In Liberland: Civilians and Red Cross Volunteers Forcibly Removed

After two weeks of relative calm in Liberland following the arrest of Danish born Liberland citizen Ulrik Haagensen, Croatian forces once again entered into Liberland territory today and abducted four people from Liberty Island. Among those abducted were aid workers representing the Liberland Red Cross. As in the past, members of the Croatian forces used …Read More

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Marie, Michaela, Klara & Pavel, citizens of Liberland, were released today

Marie, Michaela, Klara & Pavel were released today. The LSA has to pay a hostage ransom of EUR 1200, but our prisoners were released shortly after we did so. We naturally regret having to co-fund continued aggression against Liberland this way, but the most important thing is that we have our citizens back and that they are well. …Read More