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

Three funerals in European Civilization and One Resurrection (Part 2)

The debate about the misunderstandings of Europe today and the bright or not too bright future is shaping up two camps – pessimists who say that the end of the EU and all European prosperity […]


Opinion: The Baltic Way, a policy of memory and cooperation

I have to confess, that generally, I don’t like the term “Baltic States.” This term references a legacy I hate — the Soviet legacy. […]

World War One

Opinion: The First World War, tragedy and legacy

This summer, though full of fresh war fears, it will be time to commemorate the beginning of the First World War and people are remembering the conflict in different ways. Some are erecting monument for terrorist (or is it freedom fighter?) Gavrilo Princip in a still deeply-divided Bosnia, some are visiting war memorials, some are reviewing the statistics of casualties and destruction. […]