Britain is voting on leaving or staying in the EU this June

Brexit would have big impact on Lithuania’s economy

Brexit would have a strong impact on Lithuania’s economy because of the size of the Lithuanian diaspora in the UK which sends back large amounts of money to the country via remittances and because Britain is a key trade partner. […]

Žygimantas Pavilionis

Partnership with Poland should be Lithuania’s key foreign policy priority, says former ambassador to US

Many in Lithuania have been criticizing Poland‘s new government, but former Lithuanian ambassador to the US Žygimantas Pavilionis believes that the return of a strategic partnership between Poland and Lithuania should be our greatest foreign policy priority. According to Pavilionis, those now criticising the Polish government are the same people that accepted Barack Obama‘s attempts to reset the US relationship with Russia and improve the EU’s relationship with Russia. […]

Tom Harper (director) & Tuppence Middleton as Helene Kuragin

War and Peace director Tom Harper: ‘I felt like an army general myself, but with less severe consequences’

Tom Harper, director of the BBC‘s latest adaptation of Leo Tolstoy’s epic War & Peace, returns to Vilnius, the backdrop of many of the series’ scenes, for the first screening in Lithuania. David van Roon of the Lithuania Tribune speaks with Harper about Lithuania’s most beautiful film locations, local cuisine and how directing an army of actors in a battle scene is not all that different from commanding an actual army. […]

Prime Minister of Finland Alexander Stubb

Northern Future Forum discusses innovative business training and Britain’s drive to reform EU

Northern Future Forum (NFF) took place on 6 and 7 November in Helsinki. The Prime Minister of Finland, Alexander Stubb, had invited the prime ministers of Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Iceland, Latvia, Lithuania, Norway, Sweden and the United Kingdom to discuss educational competitiveness, and promote innovative business activities. […]