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Lithuania’s Diplomatic Hitman Takes Aim at Irish-Russian Relations
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Lithuania’s Diplomatic Hitman Takes Aim at Irish-Russian Relations
January 13, 2019

Linkevicius’ article in the Irish Times on December 17 was a diplomatic hit job, knowing that the paper is widely read by Irish representatives in the Brussels administration.

The Baltic States Never Stop Their War Preparations Against Russia
August 16, 2018

NATO talking about how Russia is threatening the Baltic states (or whoever) is like the pot calling the kettle black.

The Baltic States Never Stop Their War Preparations Against Russia
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Putin’s “Threats” to the Baltics: a Myth to Promote NATO Unity
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Putin’s “Threats” to the Baltics: a Myth to Promote NATO Unity
July 13, 2016

Gary Leupp is Professor of History at Tufts University, and holds a secondary appointment in the Department of Religion In his book 2017: War with Russia published a few months ago, former deputy commander of NATO Sir Alexander Richard Shirreff predicts that to prevent […]

Vilnius and Warsaw Are Sacrificing Lithuania’s Poles
March 24, 2016

«No to assimilation!» – «We must protect our children – our future!» – «Yes to the accreditation of schools for ethnic minorities!» These were the slogans chanted during a March 17 demonstration in Vilnius by teachers and students from the local Polish schools who were protesting the eradication of Polish-language education…

Vilnius and Warsaw Are Sacrificing Lithuania’s Poles
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Qatar Will Not Help Europe
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Qatar Will Not Help Europe
December 13, 2015

Yet another scheme with dubious prospects is taking place in Europe’s energy market. On 11 December, a tanker carrying liquefied natural gas will arrive at the Polish port of Swinoujscie from Qatar. As a result, the Polish LNG terminal at Swinoujscie will receive its first 200,000 cubic metres of liquefied fuel, which corresponds to approximately 120 million cubic metres of natural gas…

Compensation for «Soviet Occupation»? Not Before Vilnius and Klaipėda are Returned to Their Owners
November 12, 2015

The attempts by the governments of the Baltic states over the last twenty years to win reimbursement from Russia for the «damages» suffered during the «Soviet occupation» have culminated in a «memorandum of cooperation», which was signed in Riga on Nov. 5 by the justice ministers of Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania…

Compensation for «Soviet Occupation»? Not Before Vilnius and Klaipėda are Returned to Their Owners
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Russia’s Actions in Syria Change West’s Mindset (I)
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Russia’s Actions in Syria Change West’s Mindset (I)
October 28, 2015

On September 30, the Russian Aerospace Defense Forces launched an operation in Syria to drastically change the situation there. The action is shifting the tide of Western public opinion. The change of mindset is visible even among the nations tied to the United States by vassal-ally relationship. For instance, the Baltic States…

New President of Poland Steps Up Anti-Russian Moves in Pursuit of Geopolitical Ambitions
August 27, 2015

Barely three weeks into his term, Andrzej Duda, the new President of Poland, is moving to pivot his country to closer security ties with NATO and its immediate eastern neighbors. At the same time he courts confrontation with Moscow. The President has made a number of statements reflecting his attitude towards Russia and Ukrainian crisis that also reflect the stance of the Law and Justice Party (PiS) he represents, a political force that may well come into power within the next few months…

New President of Poland Steps Up Anti-Russian Moves in Pursuit of Geopolitical Ambitions
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