Monthly Archives: October 2014

Finnish Literature in the Spotlight

Outside of Finland, Finnish literature is something that has been largely neglected. To some extent this is related to the fact that only a small fraction of Finnish literature has been translated into English – although a greater number of Finnish books is available in German, Estonian or French, for example. And perhaps it would […]

Cambridge Baltic Conference 2014 – Innovation in Education

Following the success and positive feedback of last year’s Cambridge Baltic Conference, this year’s event will focus on innovation in education. The first Cambridge Baltic Conference took place last year and attracted over 300 guests and a number of extraordinary speakers, including Valdas Adamkus, the President of Lithuania, and Siim Kallas, the Vice-President of the European […]

EYEWITNESS: RIGA ON THE EVE OF THE VOTE

As Latvians today go to the vote, CtB takes a look back at one of its favourite Baltic capitals! We captured the last days of Riga’s Indian summer just as the city was preparing for Latvia’s parliamentary elections. With the situation in Ukraine far from de-escalating, and large portions of Latvia’s own sizeable Russian minority unhappy about their own […]

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