29 Years Since Restoration of Latvia’s Independence

2019 International Year of Indigenous Languages

1707 May 1: the Act of Union of Scotland and England

2004 May 1: Baltic States join the European Union

May 3: World Press Freedom Day

1990 May 4: Independence Restoration Day in Latvia

1950 May 9: Europe Day

1944 May 16: Day of Sinti, Romani and Roma resistance

1814 May 17: Norwegian National/Constitution Day

1995 May 17: Panchen Lama’s abduction in Tibet

1944 May 18: Day of Remembrance for the victims of the Crimean Tatar genocide

Wall Street banks boycott Brunei-owned hotels after kingdom makes homosexuality punishable by death

Rising Military Spending In Europe Amid Russia Fears

Russia drops out of top 5 global military spenders while US and China up the ante

UK unable to defend itself without help, warn analysts

Wave of investment drives Baltic LNG infrastructure

Reducing reliance on Russia, Poland considers purchase of Israeli gas

Poles Are Posting Photos of Themselves Eating Bananas to Protest Government Censorship

Best of the Baltics: Why a Baltics Cruise is a Must

Estonian World is not for turning

NATO launch exercise “Spring Storm” in Estonia as part of plan to “contain” Russia

Ukraine takes part in NATO military exercises in Estonia

Is Estonia’s press freedom in danger?

European Data Center (DEAC) in Riga, Latvia Looks for Long-term Partners of New Facility

Latvia, Korea to run direct flights in May, June

Documentary about Ukrainian mothers of war selected to premiere at Tribeca Film Festival

China Tightens Control Over Hong Kong

TAP gas pipeline crosses Albanian rocky mountains

Iceland: Debit Card Company Fined $9.85 Million for Blocking WikiLeaks Payment

Recovering Catalonia’s “influence” abroad: foreign office heads appointed for Portugal, Central Europe and Baltics

Is an independent Scotland now inevitable? I’m beginning to believe it might be

German, Norwegian officials huddle over joint submarine program

Denmark’s Prime Minister Plays ‘Counter-Strike’ With Pros, Announces National eSports Strategy

Finland Cozies Up to Iran like it did for Soviet Union

How A $125 Million Baltic Guerrilla Force Could Stop Russia: Report

Baltic Odyssey: Monuments, Myths, and Memory

Profit falls at Danske Bank as Estonian scandal weighs on results

Supervisors ignored Russian warnings over money laundering at Danske

Money-laundering crisis reshapes Estonia’s relations with non-resident businesses

Estonia’s e-revolution rolls on: Now it’s first in Europe with cross-border e-prescriptions

Estonia creates a public code repository for e-governance solutions

Warner Bros, production company Allfilm to start filming in Estonia

EU flags removed from Riigikogu reflect current realities, speaker says

Latvia’s ‘Harmony’ in Jeopardy

Belarus leader’s visit to Latvia delayed for indefinite period – media

Bobsleigh racing thrills for tourists at Sigulda, Latvia

Strong signals for Latvian economy

Lithuanians in Vilnius district feel discriminated against in education

Sonect acquires EMI license in Lithuania

Czech Constitutional Court rules in favour of hotel ban on Russian citizens approving Crimean landgrab

Two Pussy Riot members granted asylum in Sweden

Xinjiang phone app exposes how Chinese police monitor Uighur Muslims

British Lord Barker Got $4 Million Bonus on Deripaska Sanctions Deal

The 11th Arctic Council Ministerial Meeting: U.S. Leadership Required

Get Ready for China to Target the Senkaku Islands

The Estonian refugee who helped mould a Kiwi legend

Rise of EU’s MOST EXTREME populist group sends SHOCKWAVES through Brussels

Estonia Ministers’ Gesture Raises Fears of Support for White Supremacy

Estonian far-right minister resigns after a day in office

Estonia: why the far-right in power is the best case scenario for the Kremlin

Estonia’s decision of the decade: joining the EU

15 years in European Union Estonia’s most successful, says prime minister

Latvia supports increased U.S. presence in Poland to help strengthen regional security

Lithuanian government approves participation in foundation for cooperation with Sweden

Lithuanian MPs call for Taiwan to be invited to World Health Assembly

Zelensky: Border only “common” thing between Ukraine, Russia

Russian bikers refused entry to Poland

Nearly half of young Russians have never heard of the mass political repressions carried out by #Stalin.

‘Freedom gas’: US opens LNG floodgates to Europe

EU celebrates 15th anniversary of its largest expansion to date

15 years on from 2004 wave of EU accessions, convergence but a patchy overall record for CEE countries

Hungary, Spain, UK take over NATO’s Baltic air policing mission

Sir Arvi Parbo, an Estonian-Australian mining entrepreneur and a knight – obituary

Take a trip to Estonia, land of saunas, forests, and startups

New Research Finds Estonia Challenging Switzerland’s Crypto Valley Blockchain Leadership

Estonia received more than €10 billion in EU investment over past 15 years

President Kaljulaid ’emotionally upset as a woman,’ says Helme

Grants from Latvia for Eastern Partnership and Central Asian countries

Finance agency terminates agreement over controversial Rīga tram project

Latvian Forest Brothers: From individual struggle to organized anti-Soviet resistance

Europe has taught Lithuania confidence, respect, ability to grow, president says

A nail-biting rivalry in Lithuania’s presidential race

Lithuania blacklists Russian singer Leps over his alleged ties with criminals

Christian persecution ‘at near genocide levels’

Iceland’s Missing Male Students

Rights Groups Call For ‘Hotline’ During 2019 European Games In Belarus

Estonian president appoints Madis Muller new cbank governor

Kalnina-Lukasevica at a conference in US describes Latvia as a safe and attractive place to live, work and invest in

Lithuania bought gas from Russian giant Novatek, possibly breaking sanctions

Sepetys book connects Nashville, Lithuanian students

Latvia marks 29th anniversary of restoration of independence

Latvia marks path to renewed independence on May 4

Key events in our history were not happy coincidences, our actions were thought out – Latvia’s Murniece

Lithuania turns to EU commission over Belarus’ irresponsible approach to nuclear safety