Aivars Ozolins, one of Latvia's most widely read political columnists, talks about the country's increasingly pro-active role in crafting European foreign policy and standing up for democratic values.Ozolins joined Diena in 1990 when it was a brand new and staunchly pro-independence newspaper. Nearly overnight, it became the paper of record during the last days of Soviet-occupied Latvia and Ozolins, who had previously written two books of fiction, became one of the most recognizable voices of his generation.Since then, the country has grown up with Ozolins. Just as generations of Americans ...
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