5068>by Peter Rutland Lithuania experienced a year of political stability, good relations with its neighbors, and continuing economic recovery, but was disappointed to learn that it would not be among the first five countries of Central Europe to be offered entry to the European Union – an honor that was bestowed on Estonia. Vilnius decided […]

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