Foreign affairs

Geopolitical journeys of a Lithuanian. The Lost War and other (non)dependences

If you ever see a map of the world printed somewhere in China, Japan or Korea, don’t be surprised; it’s not the same as the one you learned geography from in school. You’ll find your […]

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 […]


Green Wave in Europe – A New Hope Or ….?

Deutsche Welle, German news broadcaster, called the “Grunen”, the most successful Green Party of all times in the world. What’s more, they named them the greatest political winners of recent times, although the Christian Democratic Union – CDU – has recently won local elections with its allies and subsidiary policy creatures. […]

Egidijus Vareikis

Egidijus Vareikis, So, what about the foreign policy?

Anecdotal folk art says that a real man will never catch a fool in three areas: sex, sport and foreign policy. Today, foreign policy in our country is often spoken by everyone who is not […]


Opinion: Europe needs Greece despite its faults

Will Greece remain part of integrated Europe or will it not, choosing Grexit instead? Europeans, especially the political and non-political commentators, see the Greek situation in a quite primitive way: Greeks had an easy life in the European Union, misusing the funding, constructing irresponsible financial arrangements. Finally they are at the dead end. […]