History

November 9, 2018

Why the Hammer and Sickle Should Be Treated Like the Swastika

Richard Mason If someone were to ask you to think of either extreme of the political spectrum, odds are you would immediately picture a swastika at […]
November 9, 2018

Searching for things in common between Lithuanians and Poles may be the best response to the efforts to divide them

Tomas Janckus States antagonistic to Lithuania often employ the strategy of “divide and conquer” to foment division within the country and between it and its allies. […]
November 9, 2018

A New Law In Latvia Aims To Preserve National Language By Limiting Russian In Schools

Lucian Kim A cacophony of languages fills Riga’s historic center, as foreign tourists pack the cobblestone streets of the Latvian capital. But eavesdrop on residents and […]
October 27, 2018

Lithuanian freedom fighters in Russian propaganda: why does the Kremlin care?

Tomas Janckus Historical falsification, fact distortion, and tendentious interpretation are commonly employed as informational pressure tools to spread negative narratives among the neighboring states, to discourage […]