Monthly Archives: June 2013

Should I Stay Or Should I Go? Youth Unemployment in Europe

Many young Europeans these days are facing the same option – should they stay in their home country where career options appear to be increasingly limited or should they go abroad to attempt their luck elsewhere. Even many of us that are involved in Crossing the Baltic have chosen the latter option. Karina Rinaldi-Doligez looks […]

From Our Baltic Logbook: A Glimpse Of Tuscany From A Post-Communist Perspective

Our editor Mateusz Zatonski travels to Tuscany in order to prepare for a language exam and discovers the peculiarities of crisis-stricken Italy, which seems rather similar to Poland – at least to some extent. Speaking Italian can make you depressed. This is a conclusion you come to after spending two weeks preparing for a language […]

From Our Baltic Logbook: Riga, Eurovision, Cybercrime and Stag Nights

Our editor-in-chief Anna-Cara Keim intends to write about the Eurovision Song Contest and finds herself travelling to Riga instead. The original topic of this article was this year’s Eurovision song contest. And the plan was to write about the performance of the Baltic Sea Region countries – why Poland and Latvia have not made it […]

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