15 August 1998 Vilnius–Lithuania is no stranger to conspiracy theories. “Foreign powers” (i.e. Russia) are usually involved, keen to destabilize the region and thwart NATO expansion. Vytautas Landsbergis, chairman of both the parliament and the ruling Conservative Party, has blamed conspiracies for many of the nation’s problems since his days of glory as independence leader. […]

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