Head Quaters of the Lietuvos geležinkeliai
Politics

Search of Lithuanian Railways’ HQ part of year-long international probe

The Tuesday’s searches of the offices of the state railway company Lietuvos Geležinkeliai (Lithuanian Railways, or LG) are part of nearly a year-long international investigation, Financial Crime Investigation Service (FCIS) says. […]

The Kremlin
Opinion

Russian ‘countermeasures’ to NATO in Eastern Europe are coming

When NATO leaders gather in Warsaw on July 8 to 9, they will announce steps to beef up the alliance’s conventional force presence on its eastern flank. NATO also will shortly announce that the SM-3 missile defense site in Romania has achieved operational status. These moves will spur the Kremlin, with some fanfare, to announce military “countermeasures.” But those will be steps that Moscow almost certainly intends to take in any case. […]

Alexander Lukashenko
Uncategorized

Europe’s last dictator comes in from the cold

Lukashenko’s fortunes have changed. Once known as “Europe’s last dictator,” he has won friends in Europe, while antagonizing his traditional ally, Russia. It’s a situation that has left the Kremlin in a difficult positon: should it punish Belarus for its pro-Western tendencies? Or should it continue to prop up the Belarusian economy rather than risk further unrest in the region? […]

No Picture
CORPORATE

Subversion is bigger threat for Lithuania than Russian invasion, says Robert D. Kaplan

The real danger Russia poses to countries like Lithuania is not military invasion, but subversion by intelligence operations, attempts to influence the media and politicians, says influential US author and public intellectual Robert David Kaplan. […]