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Baltics

(ˈbɔːltɪks)
pl n
(Placename) the Baltics another name for the Baltic States
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According to Prime Investment annual review, Tieto is ranked among the top IT service companies in the Baltics by IT services revenue in year 2013.
At the time of writing, Polish aircraft are patrolling NATO skies over the Baltics.
Baltics and Beyond are the UK specialists in tailor-made travel to the Baltic region, also including Belarus, Russia and Poland.
The author states that NATO movement into the Baltics will create an "irreconcilably suspicious and hostile atmosphere between Russia and the West--one that could result in a return to Cold War postures and policies.
Because of their strategy and limited defense capability, the Baltics are very sensitive to CFE flank limitations which allow more Russian forces in the Northern flank.
city officials who traveled to the Baltics for the first Baltic municipal conference to be held after 1989 municipal elections.
The grant provides American expertise to the Baltics and at the same time helps position U.
The forced annexation of the Baltics was lost amid the turmoil of World War II but concentrations of Baltic immigrants--especially in Cleveland, Chicago and Milwaukee--kept the issue politically alive by lobbying the U.
The last few years in the Baltics have seen the rise of the economies, and now the fall.
On April 12, NATO Secretary General Anders Fogh Rasmussen said that "Defense plans for all NATO member states, including the Baltics, are on the alliance's agenda," reports the Latvian Institute.
However, since the dissolution of the Soviet Union, Northeastern Europe has become an area of significant American interest where three critical areas of US regional policy (Russia, the Baltics, and the Nordic regions) intersect.
com/reports/c85976) has announced the addition of "Banking Market in the Baltics 2008 - CEE Banking brief" to their offering.

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