The election of a right wing government in Poland just a few months ago is already sending ripples of anxiety across the region — and through the offices of the EU’s governing institutions. Crackdowns on state broadcasters and a spate of repressive laws have sparked protests on the streets of Warsaw. But for Laurynas Kasciunas, acting director of the Vilnius-based Eastern Europe Studies Center, a nationalist Poland is a potential ally for the Baltics and has the clout to bring Central and Eastern Europe closer together. The Baltic Times sat down with Kasciunas for interview.
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