CELLE - The simple joke about an Irishman leaving the bar, intended pause for laughing, can be similarly applied to a Latvian helping another Latvian living abroad. The situation has definitely improved over recent years, and a borderless policy has encouraged a more borderless attitude among those living abroad. But are we forming lasting communities in foreign lands?What is a diaspora? And what does it mean to be a part of one?Back in college, I lived in Brooklyn, New York, not the trendy Prospect Park area that offers a breathtaking nightly skyline view of Manhattan’s Fi...
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