Mindaugas Norkevičius

Lithuania turns right or what to expect in the second presidential round

Lithuania turns right and for the first time, sociological surveys can celebrate victory. Meanwhile, the representatives of the political right are regaining strength in Lithuania’s large cities and this is likely a clear trend to […]

Nerijus Mačiulis on Lithuanian Economy

Lithuanian economy impressively sails against the wind

During Q1 this year, the Lithuanian economy was not stopped by unfavourable global winds – GDP growth remained rapid, reaching 3.9%. However, having an open economy, Lithuanian cannot ignore what is happening abroad. In recent […]

Andrius Kubilius

On the Council of Europe, Russia, and elections of the Secretary General

MP Andrius Kubilius and Reinhard Veser At the end of March 2019, when the Committee of Ministers of the Council of Europe declared that my nomination was not to be submitted for further consideration to […]


Fear of vaccination lives on since the 19th century

Ramūnas Bogdanas, EN.DELFI The first electrical lamp in Lithuania was lit on April 17, 1892 in the morning in Rietavas. Only 13 years had passed since it had been invented. Duke Bogdanas Oginskis was familiar […]