As they integrate with Western Europe, the Baltic states have been successfully implementing democracy and the rule of law as well as securing the protection of basic human and civil rights. Economic – and not political – barriers are what now limit their freedom. Meanwhile, wary of Russia, they clamor to join the EU and […]

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