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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 […]
November 9, 2018

Indulging in Lithuania’s quirky charms

Madeleine Barber For a nation that was under Soviet occupation until 1990, Lithuania has emerged as an idiosyncratic touring destination, holding plenty of appeal for culture […]
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 […]
October 27, 2018

A strong state is built by different nations working together: what tools does the Kremlin use to prevent this from happening?

Tomas Janckus Lithuania is not a monoethnic state. Poles, Russians, Tatars and other ethnicities live in our state and their presence here dates back to the […]