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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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Estonia: Ex-policeman who shot a person escapes sentence definitively

Rando Holpus, former policeman who killed an acquaintance last fall using his service weapon while heavily intoxicated, escaped final conviction...

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Lithuanian Energy ministry plans peace talks with Danpower

The decision by Lithuania's Energy Minister Zygimantas Vaiciunas to initiate peace talks with Germany's company Danpower on cogeneration...

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Wild Souls features the best of Baltic Symbolism

The Baltic Times spoke with Ieva Kalnaca, Dace Lamberga, and Ginta Gerharde-Upeniece from the Latvian National Museum of Art and curators and th...

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Tallinn sees a rise in Asian tourists

At the world's largest tourism fair in Berlin, known somewhat conveniently as ‘The World’s Largest Tourism Fair’, all thre...

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EU must strengthen competitiveness, security to address citizens' needs

The citizens expect the EU to offer solutions to specific problems therefore the EU must keep up efforts to strengthen economic competitiveness ...

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Latvian writer Nora Ikstena’s critically acclaimed novel Soviet Milk opens up new paths

The former Estonian prime minister Mart Laar said that the world still avoids talking about the crimes of communism and that an international Ho...

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New insolvency administrator appointed for troubled Latvian steel company KVV Liepajas Metalurgs

The court appointed Vita Dika as the new insolvency administrator for the insolvent Latvian steel company KVV Liepajas Metalurgs, the Kurzeme Re...

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Minister to order Riga City Council to annul provision restricting councillors' rights to ask questions

The Latvian Minister of Environment and Regional Development, Kaspars Gerhards (National Alliance) will issue a decree annulling the amendments ...

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Lithuanian parliament willing to rename Genocide Museum into Occupation Museum

Lithuania's parliament took yet another step to rename the Genocide Museum located in the former KGB building in central Vilnius into the Mu...

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