In Eastern Ukraine

Why do the current sanctions against Russia not stop the war in Ukraine?

Following the political changes that began in Ukraine in 2013, Russia has commenced a hybrid war, which culminated not only in the violation of Ukraine’s territorial integrity but also in the annexation of Crimea as […]

Andrius Kubilius

W. Europe needed a Marshall plan in 1947. In 2017 Marshall plan is needed for Ukraine

In 1947, following his return to Washington after the negotiations with Stalin and Molotov in Moscow, George Marshall, the famous US military leader and post-war Secretary of State, saw the need to promote economic recovery in Western Europe destroyed by war. This was seen as a stabilising factor and the only way to halt Stalin’s ambitions of expanding his political dominance to Western Europe. […]

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Trump’s most concerning ideas – a situation Russia could make use of

If the transatlantic US-EU train continues to steam ahead in its current direction, it risks falling into the abyss, the head of the Vytautas Magnus University (VDU) faculty of Political Science and Diplomacy department of […]

Rumen Radev Bulgaria's President - elect

Pro-Russian wins in Eastern Europe poses challenges for Lithuania

Victories of pro-Russian candidates in presidential elections in Moldova and Bulgaria will make it more difficult for Lithuania to find allies on many issues on the European Union’s (EU) agenda, Lithuanian political scientist Linas Kojala says. […]

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Lithuania Days promoting ties in Ukraine

Lithuanian Days where folk artists and craftsmen promote Lithuanian national cultural heritage, cuisine, folklore, education, medical and tourism opportunities in Lithuania are being held in Dnipro in Eastern Ukraine. […]