As leaders of the world's richest nations convened last weekend in St. Petersburg, much of the media speculation centered on Russia and its place in international and regional affairs. Many Europeans wanted to see the world's leading democracies confront President Vladimir Putin on Russia's use of energy resources as a kind of carrot and stick when forging ties with neighbors. Hoping to explore these issues in greater depth, TBT turned to Dr. Raimundas Lopata, director of the Institute of International Relations and Political Science, and Economy Ministry State Secretary Arturas Dainius 's ...
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