Whether geography matters in the Baltic constructed “world”?

  • 2010-07-01
  • By Veiko Spolitis
There are politicians in the Baltic States (3B) who tend to emphasize the unique geographical position of their represented states. Thus, the politicians continue to mislead themselves and broad swathes of society, because, particularly since the end of the Cold War, traditional relations between states, strategies of the military, and international trade policy has witnessed significant transformations. Within the European Union 3B could be geographically unique indeed, because their size and relative weakness of interest groups should allow 3B to give up anachronistic vestiges of the n...
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