Foreign affairs

The 60 days of Tehran

It is not impossible. It is by no means out of the question that November 2022 will go down in history as the month of freedom that would have seen Iran begin the fall of […]

Central/Eastern Europe

Experts see a dangerous move by Brussels on sanctions: they wonder if there will be more of them?

Petras Auštrevičius, Member of the European Parliament and representative of the Liberal Movement, believes that the European Commission (EC) has overstepped the boundaries of its competence, as it should not interpret the law. According to […]

Foreign affairs

The birth of the Second Republic of Kazakhstan and why it matters to us

The German word “Zeitenwende” perfectly reflects the year 2022. This year is only halfway through, but it marks a turning point in the post-Cold War era. The end of the Cold War led to the […]

Central/Eastern Europe

Lithuania’s Ambassador to Russia returns to Lithuania: what he saw how Russians had changed their attitude towards foreigners

Following the government’s decision to lower the level of diplomatic representation with Russia, Ambassador to Moscow Eitvydas Bajarūnas returned to Lithuania this week. He said that Russian hatred of Western citizens is now at an […]