Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania are learning yet again what it means to be the little siblings in the international family of Western democracies, finding themselves in a real bind on the issue of the International Criminal Court (ICC).After regaining their independence, the Baltic governments have worked relentlessly to reach the standards of their Western counterparts, following, adapting and implementing provisions of NATO's Membership Action Plan and the European Union's accession protocols. Both processes are being successfully completed, as membership in these trans-Atlantic organizatio...
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