Central/Eastern Europe

A. Kubilius: a Foreign Policy lesson from Moscow

During a recent visit of Mr Borrell to Moscow, Putin gave the EU diplomacy an important lesson, which we appreciate. Putin’s regime sends a message that they do not consider the EU a strong geopolitical […]

Central/Eastern Europe

Energy experts: we don’t want it, but Belarussian electricity will reach the Baltic States anyway?

It appears that Lithuania is no longer combatting the opening of Astravyets Nuclear Power Plant along, with Latvia joining. The neighbouring country, just like Lithuania, has declared that it will not purchase electricity from the […]

Sviatlana Tsikhanouskaya in Lithuania
Central/Eastern Europe

Tsikhanouskaya’s arrival in Vilnius – a victory for Lithuanian diplomacy or a mistake?

Sviatlana Tsikhanouskaya, who rose up to challenge the last dictator in Europe, eternal Belarussian President Alexander Lukashenko, is now in Vilnius. But is her decision to travel to Lithuania actually a victory of our country’s […]

Kremlin
Central/Eastern Europe

Nausėda on Russia: let’s not fool ourselves

Speaking at the annual Eastern European Studies Centre conference, President Gitanas Nausėda stated that Lithuania has no other choice than to invest in its defence. The head of state emphasised that we should not fool […]