Another attempt to count 1932-1933 Ukraine Famine victims

Volodymyr Serhijchuk is a professor of history at the Kyiv State University and one of the more eminent researchers in Soviet archives. In terms...

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Russia's parliament ends term with more repression

Last week, the Russian State Duma of the sixth convocation held its last plenary session, breaking up ahead of the Sept. 18 parliamentary electi...

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Baltics take self defence seriously heading to the NATO Summit in Warsaw

The new Latvian military strategy document, State Defence Concept, approved by the government of Latvia at the end of May, already went through ...

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US ambassador Kurt Volker: Putin wants military dominance in Baltics

Ambassador Kurt Volker is a leading expert in US foreign and national security policy with some 30 years of experience working in government, ac...

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How I became a persona non grata in Israel for human rights work with Palestinians

VILNIUS -Please, step aside and wait for a security officer. -Excuse me, is there a problem? ...

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Becoming a EU super-state is not what Europe should be about

During his official visit to Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania, Geert Bourgeois, Minister-President of the government of Flanders, noted the longst...

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I know the other Kazakhstan

Today, two Kazakhstans exist in the world. One of them is the real Kazakhstan that peacefully lives and works, as before. The second is a virtua...

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The Role of Sweden and Finland in NATO's Defence of The Baltic States

This article was first published on, and The Baltic Times was given republishing rights.  &#...

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Latvian Institute of International Affairs to host “Latvian External Policy and the New European Union Global Strategy” discussion

Today, on the 11 January 2016, at 13.00, the Latvian Institute of International Affairs (LIIA) with the support of the Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung ...

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