Between two parallel European worlds

  • 2019-01-30
  • Rokas Tracevskis
The Baltics are situated between two countries, Russia and Poland, which are now considered by mainstream European politicians and the media as being parallel worlds of European civilisation. It’s obvious that Russia (as well as its military satellite Belarus) doesn’t function on the principles of rule of law. The majority of the European mainstream has a similar opinion about Poland, although of course the scale of Polish ‘exoticism’ is far lower than the Russian/Belarusian one. In 2016, Marek Falenta, a multimillionaire Polish businessman with in...
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