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NATO starts one of biggest exercises Saber Strike 2015 in Baltic states

An international exercise Saber Strike 2015 will start concurrently in the three Baltic states and Poland on Monday to train roughly 6,000 troops from 13 NATO Allies and partner nations, concentrating the largest Allied capabilities on the soil of Lithuania since accession to NATO. […]

EU VP for the Digital Single Market, Andrus Ansip speaking in Washington, DC   Photo Ludo Segers
European Union

EU’s Ansip takes the Digital Single Market to Washington

The EU’s Vice President in charge of the Digital Single Market, Andrus Ansip presented on Thursday his proposals to Washington’s influential Brookings Institute. During a press conference on Friday the pragmatic Mr. Ansip provided some more insights as to how the EU and its 28 membership states faces the complexities of a fast changing internet and how they plan reducing existing regulations and harmonize the EU into one single, large economic block. […]

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European Union

Analysts: EU aspirants ended up in limbo which cannot last forever

Despite the frantic attempts by some of the EU leaders to give a rosy tint to the otherwise murky picture of the EU Eastern Partnership summit in Riga, political analysts from Lithuania, Estonia and Ukraine, approached by the Lithuania Tribune, unanimously agree the EU partners with membership aspirations have ended up in a limbo after the high-profile meeting. The uncertainty cannot last forever, the analysts agree, but their predictions for how it may unfold differ. […]