Not necessarily a boring alternative

  • 2003-09-25
Ojars Kalnins, former ambassador to the United States and current head of the Latvian Institute, the governmental organization in charge of bolstering Latvia's image both at home and abroad, is optimistic about what the EU means for the Baltics. Aaron Eglitis spoke to him on the eve of the Sept. 20 referendum about perceptions and changes surrounding the EU.How would you rate Latvia's accession to the EU?I think it's the biggest decision we've had since we voted for independence itself. It's an interesting issue that seems to have all come to the forefront now, since we have been working fo...
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