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A so-so 2016? Hey, each cloud has a silver lining!

December is the best time to reflect on the elapsing year, weigh the works already behind, and tickle the hopes for the new year, expecting all ...

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My human encounters: How do Petersburgians see Latvia?

During the past few years I have had a chance to live in numerous European countries, and visit even more of them. Ireland, Scotland, the Nether...

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Leonard Cohen: In memoriam of the light of the light

There is the concept in Judaism that defines the essence of light. “What makes light bright, attractive, hopeful, enduring?” asks th...

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Riga Fashion Week sows seeds of Latvian fashion export

The grand opening of the 25th jubilee season of Riga Fashion Week (RFW) at the recently renovated Latvian National Museum of Art was seen as a s...

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What do Estonian lawmakers expect from the new president?

A newly elected Estonian president, Kersti Kaljulaid, has sworn an oath of office before the Estonian parliament, the Riigikogu. She gave her fi...

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On the mission to close the loopholes of Lithuanian Jews’ history

Violeta Davoliute, a visiting professor at the Institute of Political Science and International Relations at Vilnius University and the Ecole de...

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Ambassador Andris Teikmanis on symbols and five Lat silver coins in quest for freedom

In my personal and professional quest to find an antidote to communism, I seek out dissidents and try to figure out what motivates them. If we c...

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The stones of Moletai: The Shoah lesson in Lithuania

Aug. 29, 2016 has become a truly important day for the Lithuanian people, for Israel, and for all of us who do not know the past term for the Ho...

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Arvamus Festival forces its way into Estonian national consciousness

Paide, a small and sleepy town in the agricultural heart of Estonia, reckoned to be the most central point in the country, is usually the sort o...

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Palanga gets 600 needy children to the coast for acquaintance with the Baltic Sea

Most of us melt from the happy laugh of a child, but many underprivileged children in Lithuania can barely squeeze a smile amid the families&rsq...

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