The Baltic States haven't been in the headlines this much since they came together to hold hands in an effort to spur the downfall of the Soviet Union.
Unfortunately, this time it's not for such a positive reason. Whether it's a wide-eyed reaction to the Titanic-hit-the-iceberg economic news or speculation about whether or not Latvia will devalue its currency, the Baltic States have become synonymous with dashed hopes and economic collapse.
The rest of Europe is worried about how people here will respond. In a recent article in London's Guardian n...
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