Baltic residents less often consider Russia as a military threat, and there is slackening in the opinions about the Russia-Ukraine conflict, University of Latvia researcher Martins Kaprans said in an interview with the Latvian public radio on March 15, citing results of a study on polarization potential in Baltic society. He said that there had been similar trends after the five-day war between Russia and Georgia in 2008, while the huge difference is that the conflict in Ukraine is still ongoing and has not disappeared.
Kaprans explained these trends with several factors....
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