The past year was relatively quiet – a year of consolidation after the 1995 banking and political crises. The new coalition government proved more stable than many observers had expected, and the economy picked up. Latvia settled its longstanding dispute with Estonia over fishing rights, but the disagreement with Lithuania over the delimitation of their […]

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