Monthly Archives: November 2012

Baltic rim weekly news highlights

To celebrate Crossing the Baltic’s first anniversary we invite our readers to follow our news highlights from the Baltic Rim. Every day we will provide you with a news-of-the-week round-up from a different country of the region via our social media. In order to keep informed follow us on Twitter and like us on Facebook. We […]

Why do the European Union and Germany need Nord Stream?

by Aleksander Thomas The Nord Stream, previously known as the North European Gas Pipeline (NEGP), is a 1200km long natural gas pipeline, starting in Russia-Vyborg and reaching Germany’s Greifswald through the Baltic Sea. After its final completion, Nord Stream will be among the longest offshore pipelines in the world. It has the capacity to convey […]

Documentary photography from Eastern Europe and former Soviet Union

Global Risk Insights

Political Risk for the 21st century

Exploring the Baltic worlds

Research on Presidential Activism and Veto Power in Europe and beyond

Vostok Cable

A Russian and East European Studies Blog

Estonian World

Exploring the Baltic worlds

The View East

Central and Eastern Europe, Past and Present.

bottleneck analysis

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