The Russian exclave of Kaliningrad has been thrust into the international spotlight recently, primarily thanks to Russia's threat this month to deploy ICBMs in the region 's a response to U.S. plans to install a limited anti-ballistic missile shield in Poland and the Czech Republic. For Lithuania, the prospect of an even further militarized Kaliningrad is an unsettling one, and complicates an already complex relationship with its neighbor. The Baltic Times spoke with Emanuelis Zingeris, chairman of the Lithuanian parliament's Subcommittee on European Neighborhood Policy, to get his perspe...
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