Lithuanians overlook ‘old Europe’ and look instead to the United States. But most of all, they look to Ireland. VILNIUS, Lithuania–In a little over nine months, in May 2004, Lithuania should become a member of both NATO and the European Union. But just five months ago, in the run-up to the war in Iraq, it […]
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