Journalism society’s much needed cure

Journalism is a vaccination for democracy. Sometimes it hurts, but it protects the whole system from lethal diseases. Technological progress is changing the world, but it cannot change one eternal law: those, who do not […]

Dr. Gintautas Mažeikis

Presidential elections: contemporary society is neither farmers, nor proletariat

I did not wish to criticise Vytenis Andriukaitis during the presidential elections. I respect his decision to aid his party and social democracy by running in the presidential elections, while supporting the standard, even if […]

Saulė ir jūra (Marina) at the Venice Biennale, photo Andrej Vasilenko

Venice Biennale triumph – the first Lithuanian Golden Lion

The main prize of the 58th Venice Biennale, one of the most prestigious modern art events, went to Lithuania. The Golden Lion, held to be a symbol of Venice, has been awarded for artists Rugilė […]


State reserves lower than planned: warning light is blinking

General government balance is better than expected, however, amounts accumulated in state reserves are lower than planned. The National Audit Office as an independent fiscal institution has carried out an assessment of the Stability Programme […]