In late March, Edward Lucas, a prominent British expert on the Baltics and Senior Vice President of the Centre for European Policy Analysis, an American think-tank with offices in Washington and Warsaw, participated in a discussion on the future of Putin’s regime at the Vilnius Institute for Policy Analysis in the Lithuanian capital. Two people from Russia’s only independent election monitoring organisation, Golos, were expected to take part in the discussion, but the Russian authorities didn’t let them leave Russia. Lucas, the main speaker, praised the Lithuanian Foreign ...
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