It’s A Privilege

Being occupied as a privilege
Why Parliamentarians in the World Unite Against the CCP
Russia turning eastern Mediterranean into a militarized hot spot
SEB receives remark and administrative fine of SEK 1 billion
2 Koreas mark war anniversary after pause in rising tensions
Canada’s Trudeau rules out releasing Huawei tech executive
Taiwan’s dragon boat races among few to be held this year
Lithuanian president shuns meeting with Baltic counterparts
Latvia becomes member of European Space Agency
Baltic States, Poland are heart of NATO’s defense
Lithuania moves closer to establishing a state bank
Putin, Macron discuss closer cooperation
U.S. curbs visas for Chinese officials over Hong Kong freedoms
Russia offered Afghan militants bounties to kill U.S. troops
Germany may not like the American messenger. But it should heed his message.
Estonia signs EU islands’ clean energy memorandum
Micheál Martin to lead historic govt coalition in Ireland
Radioactivity hike seen in northern Europe; source unknown
In Belgian town, monuments expose a troubled colonial legacy
NORAD fighter jets intercept Russian military aircraft off Alaska
450-year-old inscription discovered at Cēsis Castle
France’s Macron takes drubbing in local elections, Greens surge
India to check power equipment from China for malware
Belorussians in Estonia protest for free and fair elections in Belarus
Nuclear particles detected in Baltics, likely from Russia
Chinese companies take half of equity capital raised globally
China cuts Uighur births with IUDs, abortion, sterilization
Kremlin propaganda channel “RT” banned in Latvia
NATO endorses Baltic defence plans after Turkey withdraws veto
Germany takes EU hot seat with big challenges, expectations
Belarus denies main president challenger spot on ballot
China passes sweeping HK security law, heralding authoritarian era