The triumphant return of the first post-communist head of state, Vytautas Landsbergis, and his party was the year's most important political event. Things were calmer on the international front, although relations with Latvia worsened over disputed sea borders. Crime and widespread corruption continued to worry citizens, but the economy improved

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