Foreign affairs

In the Lachine Corridor. Geopolitical journeys of a Lithuanian

The village of Lachin (which the Armenians call Berdzor, by the way) is a kind of symbol of the strife and lawlessness of one of the significant South Caucasian conflicts. It was once home to […]

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Пролог о прошлом, настоящем и будущем России. Ответ на статью евродепутата Кубилюса

Диалог со статьей уважаемого Андрюса Кубилюса* опубликованной в русском переводе на страницах The Moscow Times (русской службой) и озаглавленной «Почему Западу выгодно помочь России стать демократией» 04.01.2023. В оригинальном варианте статья впервые была опубликована в […]

Lithuanian Riflemen's Unions

Reserve Colonel: “If day x comes, people, we don’t know today will volunteer”

Laurynas Kasčiūnas, Chairman of the Seimas Committee on National Security and Defence (NSDK), proposes to appoint a Deputy Minister of National Defence, who would be responsible only for the organisation of civil resistance. During the […]

Central/Eastern Europe

How to overcome “Russian” psychological complexes

Former Lithuanian prime-minister Andrius Kubilius, MEP and Standing Rapporteur on Russia, has started the year with the publication of a very detailed article about what he calls “’Russian’ psychological complexes”. He says that Europeans and […]

Central/Eastern Europe

What does the West want?

The fundamental question of the future course of this war is, paradoxically, not about Ukraine but rather about Russia. It is about the West’s attitude towards post-war Russia. Because Western fears, linked to the future […]