Vygaudas Ušackas

Vygaudas Ušackas: Foreign policy in 2018: from threat of war to Lithuania’s historic skills

In the workplaces of the mighty strategies which more so or less so will undoubtedly impact Lithuania are being finalised. Some are already foreseeable and in some places, we must take control of the risks […]

Xi Jinping and Vladimir Putin

How Putin’s western front thwarted pivot to the East

Over the past several years, whenever Moscow entered into a difficult encounter on the Western “front,” it has typically tried to show interest in expanding ties in the Asia-Pacific. […]

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Lithuanian historian: Moscow does not have moral right to host end of WWII celebrations

Ronaldas Račinskas, the head of the International Commission for the Evaluation of Crimes of the Nazi and Soviet Occupation Regimes in Lithuania, approves of the ideas of Polish politicians when they say that events marking the end of World War II hostilities should take place in other European capitals and not in Moscow. He says that Russia continues to justify its actions with categories from World War II. […]

North Korea
Foreign affairs

Lithuania calls for responsibility of North Korea’s regime

At the UN Security Council meeting on Monday, Lithuania called for seeking responsibility for crimes against humanity in the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK), Lithuania’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs said on Tuesday. […]