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U.S. agenda in Baltics (Video)

By Kasparas Jankauskas on Wednesday, February 17, 2021

The Baltic States remain highly dependent on the US foreign policy. Therefore, the leadership of Latvia, Lithuania and Estonia anticipated the results of the presidential elections with impatience and trepidation. Obviously, Trump’s rhetoric was troubling for countries on NATO’s Eastern frontier. On the contrary, new elected Biden took over the presidency with more personal knowledge of foreign policy and a competent team. What Biden’s election means for the Baltics? Firstly,…

Lithuanian soldier in action (Video)

By Jonas Dringelis on Friday, January 29, 2021

Lithuanian Land forces are composed to be as close to war time structure as possible. With the reintroduction of conscription in 2015 the Lithuanian Land forces (LLF) began an expansion of its main combat formations. During peace time LLF consist of two infantry brigades: Iron Wolf Mechanized Infantry Brigade, Žemaitija (Samogitia) Motorized Infantry Brigade (the formation of the brigade is planned to be completed by 2021). During war time, there…

Donald Trump has lost Election 2020 (Video)

Monday, November 9, 2020

Donald Trump is an one of the most eccentric president of the United States. The 10 oddest things Donald Trump believes: 1. Wind power is bad because it kills birds. 2. He apparently hates dogs. 3. The F-35 stealth fighter is literally invisible. 4. Vaccines cause autism. 5. “Email is for wimps”. 6. Sleeping is bad. 7. Environmentally friendly lightbulbs cause cancer. 8. Exercise uses up your body’s finite energy.…

Lithuania’s Sea Museum releases seals back into wild (Video)

Wednesday, September 16, 2020

On a sunny Tuesday morning, twelve seals that were previously found in Smiltynė on Lithuania’s Curonian Spit were released back into the Baltic Sea. Twenty seals were found in early spring, and after growing to at least 40 kilogrammes over five months, they were strong enough to return to the wild, according to a press release by Lithuania’s Sea Museum. The twelve seals had been named Dziegorėlis, Žebelė, Kvietka, Kurdupelis,…