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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