Romas Sadauskas-Kvietkevičius
Opinion

Opinion: Let’s not rush to equate referendum supporters with enemies of state

Since a week ago, welcoming political maturity in our state, I wrote that one of the evidence thereof would become an unsuccessful referendum on the restriction of right to dispose of property and other stupid questions, now I could feel like the Old Testament prophet who sent the knowledge to his people received from the above. Moreover, I do not need to shave the beard which I promised to donate publicly in the social network Facebook in case of referendum success. […]

Dalia Leinartė
Opinion

Shall we live in a Eurasian empire of woman haters?

Vladimir Putin, Russian politicians and some intellectuals keep talking about the “Russian world” and readiness of the country’s armed forces to defend the Russian population in any country. It is worth remembering that before the Bosnian war (1992-1995) and the mass killings of Bosnian Muslims and Croats, Radovan Karadžić also spoke of Serbia’s interests not only in countries with the Serb minority, but also in those with only Serbian graves […]

Vladimir Putin
Opinion

Opinion: How soon will Europe forget Russia’s actions?

Russia’s actions in Ukraine show a cynical, and yet, according to Vladimir Putin’s understanding, the only possible response to regional development tendencies that have been evolving for decades. […]

Vytautas Dumbliauskas
Opinion

Opinion: Are political posts just ill-gotten gains?

When we want to talk about relations between our state institutions, we always bear in mind that there are two dimensions to these relations. Dimension one is the rules for these relations which are written in the Constitution. Dimension two is the political practice and experience that have come about in the last ten years of our restored state, writes Vytautas Dumbliauskas for LRT.lt. […]