Atis Lejins, head of the Latvian Institute of International Affairs, has drawn headlines in recent months for his criticism of the Latvian government's support of the United States' policy on Iraq. He sat down with J. Michael Lyons recently to talk about Latvia's foreign policy and damage control.Lejins fled Latvia in 1944 as a child, living shortly in Germany before moving to Australia. He immigrated to the United States in 1960, where he received a graduate degree from UCLA. In the early 1970s he immigrated to Sweden where he lobbied for Latvian independence and was head of the Latvian Po...
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