After leaving a war-torn Lithuania as a teenager, Valdas Adamkus spent the following 50 years advocating his homeland while pursuing a brilliant and distinguished career in the U.S. government. In 1998, Adamkus was elected Lithuania's second post-independence president and continued on to preside over the country's path to European economic and military integration, only to be defeated by challenger Rolandas Paksas in January's presidential elections. Adamkus sat down with Steven Paulikas to discuss life as a former head of state. What were your reactions to the huge success of the EU refer...
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