What Putin won in Russia’s election

At the beginning of his presidency in the early 2000s, Vladimir Putin was a pro-Western island in a sea of anti-Western Russian elites. As I obs...

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Defiant bestselling author: Lithuania left the Soviet Union, but it’s never left the Lithuanian mentality

Not so long ago, the Lithuanian author Ruta Vanagaite experienced all the trappings of a best-selling author. Her incredibly popular books flew ...

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Latvian Theology professor: We have to defend democracy, in the churches too

The Baltic Times recently sat down with Dace Balode, a theology professor and Deacon of the Faculty of Theology of the University of Latvia, to ...

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Don’t put all your faith in your local bank!

Brutally cold temperatures have been engulfing the Baltics at the end of February. It’s quite entertaining to see all the fur coat- and ca...

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Astana – New Financial Center in Asia

From January 1st Kazakhstan has launched an unusual experiment. An International Financial Center has started its operation in the Republic. It ...

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Talking about Lithuania’s security and perspectives

Ignas Stankovicius, 71, is the head of the Parliamentary Information Unit of the Martynas Mazvydas National Library of Lithuania. His unit suppl...

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Kaunas - European Capital of Culture, interview with Neil Peterson

Neil Peterson: ‘I’m really excited about the prospect of Kaunas being a very good example ECOC

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