Outwardly calm, the Baltic states’ relations with Russia are uneven and infused with resentment. While looking westward, the Baltic states remain nervous about their large neighbor to the east. by SAULIUS GIRNIUS THREE ISSUES ARE KEY IN DETERMINING bilateral relations between Russia and the Baltic states: the size and state of the ethnic Russian minority […]

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