This article was first published on heritage.org, and The Baltic Times was given republishing rights.
Militarily speaking, the three Baltic States—Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania—are isolated from other NATO members. It would be extremely di...
THURSDAY, JAN 28
Don Quixote, ballet - 19:00 @ Latvian National Opera & Ballet (LNOB), Farhads Stade (conductor)
Les Six and Goat’s Dance - 19:00 @ Riga, The Great Guild, Chamber music concert. D. Krenberg...
RIGA - The Latvian Institute of International Affairs (LIIA) with the support of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) is hosting a public discussion “Security in the Heart of Asia. Central Asia – NATO Partnership: Challenges and Opportunities”.
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