Can Latvia Forge a Unified National Identity in the Shadow of Russia?

Can Latvia Forge a Unified National Identity in the Shadow of Russia?
Latvians march to honor soldiers of the Waffen SS unit, known as the Latvian Legion, which fought on the side of Nazi Germany during World War II, Riga, Latvia, March 16, 2008 (AP photo by Roman Koksarov).

In this week’s Trend Lines podcast, WPR’s editor-in-chief, Judah Grunstein, and senior editor, Frederick Deknatel, discuss the major priorities on the global agenda for 2017. For the Report, Matthew Luxmoore talks with Peter Dörrie about how the perceived threat from Russia is fueling tensions in Latvia. Listen:Download: MP3Subscribe: iTunes | RSS Relevant Articles on WPR: The Global Agenda for 2017 Why the U.S. Should Prioritize Iraq and UAE Ties Over Egypt and Saudi Arabia Why Once-Welcoming Countries in Scandinavia Closed Their Borders to Refugees Taking Stock of Progress, and Setbacks, in Central America’s Fight Against Corruption How the ‘Russia Threat’ […]

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