History and geopolitics has put Lithuania's Russian-speaking citizens in a difficult position. Not only do they have to work out their national identity, but they also get blamed for the actions of the Russian government.
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This year, Germany and Denmark have started the construction of the Fehmarn Belt Fixed Link tunnel beneath the Baltic Sea. Could Lithuania build a similar construction to link the Curonian Spit with Klaipėda?
With 2,450 new cases of Covid-19 reported in Lithuania on Thursday, the country is now third in the EU/EEA by coronavirus infection rate, according to the European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC).
It's been three weeks since the new parliament, Seimas, was sworn in, but Lithuania still does not have a government. Why is it taking so long? Political scientist Vytautas Dumbliauskas unpacks the constitutional power games between the parliament and the president.
A day after an NGO reported about an incident at the Belarusian nuclear plant, the country's Energy Ministry admitted that a “need has been identified" to fix the steam covers of the emergency cooling system.