With the ultimate goal of full integration into European structures, the Baltic states have forged crucial friendships with Germany. Yet Germany remains an often reticent partner, wary of antagonizing Russia by SAULIUS GIRNIUS SINCE GAINING THEIR INDEPENDENCE, THE Baltic states have actively, and successfully, developed friendly relations with Germany. The Baltic governments look to Germany […]

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