November 4, 2008, the day Barack Obama was elected president, was, as U.S. Ambassador to Latvia Charles Larson said, "an historic and exciting day."? It was a day that turned the world upside down. Not only for me, a U.S. citizen, but for countless others, holding their breath for change in the world.
Although it is still too early to see what kind of change the Obama administration will bring, one thing is for certain. Change is already here.
Change, however, is not going to find much of a home here in the Baltics. And this is a good thing. It was also...
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