There isn’t panic, but there is fear.
War has been a buzzword for some time on both sides of the frontier between Russia and the Baltic States. Latvia, Estonia, and Lithuania are all members of the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation and the European Union, and as relations between Moscow and Washington have deteriorated — over the annexation of Crimea, the war in eastern Ukraine, the catastrophe in Syria, and charges the Kremlin tried to influence the US election — these three small countries found themselves caught in the middle.
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