Two events last week stood out among the plethora of troubling international news. Both originated considerably far away from the Baltics - in Brussels - but judging by their resonance it appears they will have a lasting impact on European - and Baltic - affairs. First, the EU Convention on the future of Europe has drawn up a rough framework for countries that might wish to withdraw from the European Union at some point in the future. To many Balts, especially those who spent so many years laboring, reforming and generally sweating bullets to make the assessment deadlines, this probably sou...
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