Russia as an irritant factor for the political elitess of the Baltics in the context of election campaigns of 2010—2011: an expert opinion
... intellectual alternatives of today regarding the role and place of Russia in the social and political spaces of the former Baltic republics, which were articulated in the course of international expert discussions and round tables at the IKBFU.
Smirnov Vadim, Sutyrin Vyacheslav
elite, Baltic States, factor, expert channel, election campaign
The formation of the political elite in Lithuania at the turn of the 1980s—1990s: the role of “moral politicians”
... elit i svjazannye s nej vyzovy [The political elites in post-communist countries: a change of elites and the related challenges], Demokratija. Vlast'. Elity:
demokratija vs elitokratija [Democracy. Power. Elites: Democracy vs elitokratiya],Moscow.
Lithuania,transformation,political elite,"moral politicians"
Two perspectives on the 'Kaliningrad issue'
... and their results and explains for the first time the role of individual European states and politicians in the 'Kaliningrad issue'. These facts allow the reader to understand and compare two different — Russian and Lithuanian — points of view
Kaliningrad region, visa regime, European Union (EU), Lithuania, negotiation
The political elite recruitment in the Baltic: the role of the ethnic factor
... self-determination of Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania, Basingstoke, Macmillan.
18. Vihalemm, T. 2008, Crystallizing and Emancipating Identities in Post-Communist Estonia. In: Kanet, R. E. (ed.) Identities, nations, and politics after Communism, Routledge, p. 77.
elites, ethnic groups, power, recruitment, Baltics