Since the early 1990's the three Baltic states have become members of a number of international organizations. On June 13, 1994, they established one of their own 's the Baltic Assembly 's which was supplemented by the Baltic Council of Ministers in 2003. Interwar history lessons and different levels of functional cooperation (according to Webster's dictionary cooperation is the antithesis of competition) in the EU taught the political elites of the three states that cooperation is beneficial for strengthening their governing capacity. It is assumed that emulation of best governance practic...
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