Baltic States: The Cost of Political and Economic Transformation

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Baltic States: The Cost of Political and Economic Transformation
// Russia and New States of Eurasia. 2016. No 2. P. 25-36


Abstract

In the course of 25  years of their independence the Baltic states were subjected to a diverse treatment aimed mainly at transforming them in conformity with the NATO and EC standards. These changes however failed to improve the well-being of the Baltic states population. At present these states continue to lose their sovereignty and increasingly become hostages of the North Atlantic strategy. 


Keywords

Baltic states, NATO, European union, migration problem, social issues, Baltic states policy


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Olenchenko V. Baltic States: The Cost of Political and Economic Transformation. Russia and New States of Eurasia, 2016, No 2, pp. 25-36



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