Having so far remained underground, a Lithuanian radical fascist group is emerging into public view. People are being urged to awaken fascism in themselves and destroy democracy in the country’s major cities. Intelligence services are […]
After thousands of Lithuanians responded on Facebook to the Moscow attempts to spread propaganda on post-war guerrilla in three Baltic states, Lithuania’s Foreign Minister Linas Linkevičius said that the Russian attempts to interpret history was a constant phenomenon, adding that the civil initiatives on social networks were very important. […]
Lithuanian Foreign Minister Linas Linkevičius says that he is shocked by the killing of Pavel Sheremet, a prominent Belarusian-born journalist who worked in Ukraine, and expects that law-enforcement bodies will carry out a diligent investigation into his death.
The student leaders of 1968 could probably not have imagined how their democratic ideas would be high-jacked by a combination of extremists and opponents of democracy exploiting technological progress and social media. Nobody understands the dangers of technology and social media better than dictators and demagogues. […]
Russian television has thrived for months on a diet of victories in Syria. Now that the time has come to spin the news of a withdrawal, the argument is being deployed that it is best to avoid a second Afghanistan. Better still, the exit is being presented as another case of Russia outsmarting the United States. […]
A cloth voodoo doll with tiny button eyes depicting Vladimir Putin; a knife to cut it; a water bowl to drown it; pins and needles to prick it. And it all feels so good. It’s a perfect illustration of what the desks of certain politicians, reporters and analysts might look like who were writing about Russia in 2014 and 2015. […]