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2021 07 30

Laurynas Jonavičius. Why a new agreement on Lithuanian foreign policy is needed

Recent events in Lithuania and the surrounding region have raised an unusually large number of questions regarding Lithuanian foreign policy. The political events in Belarus, the challenge of illegal migration that relates to them, yet another attempt by major Western countries to seek opportunities for dialogue with Russia – these are all lately becoming the objects of increasingly heated discussions on foreign policy. There are at least a few serious lines of dispute.
Laurynas Jonavičius
Laurynas Jonavičius / Luko Balandžio / 15min nuotr.

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