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The European Union Training Mission in Mali: A case study

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The Impact of the European Union on Cultural Policy in Malta

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European Union and Challenges of Cultural Policies: Critical Perspectives. An Introduction

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“Pool it or lose it?” – a contrastive analysis of discourses concerning EU military integration and demilitarisation in the Baltic Sea

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The Process of Institutionalization of the EU’s CFSP in the Western Balkan Countries during the Ukraine Crisis

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Learning by Doing: The EU’s Transformative Power and Conflicts in the Western Balkans

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Mitigating Risks of Hybrid War: Search for an Effective Energy Strategyin The Baltic States

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Estonia’s comprehensive approach to national defence: origins and dilemmas

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Political Trust and Russian Media in Latvia

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Identity Tensions: The Case of Michail Golovatov’s Release

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The aim of this article is to investigate what perceptions towards European Union, Austria and Russia exist in terms of Lithuanian identity. This question arises from a chosen case of Michail Golovatov’s release and intense discussions within Lithuanian media about this issue in summer of 2011. Although it seems that incident and later diplomatic conflict is directly related with Austria and judicial arguments, but Austria and its actions provoked broad considerations what Lithuania’s relations with European Union, its member states and even Russia are. First, article analyses theoretical significance of identity and its relation with foreign policy. Second, methodological tools of discourse analysis are formulated in order to analyse selected texts which compose the discourse of the case. Third, according to the meanings found interpretations explaining how Lithuanian identity is constructed through perceptions towards EU, Austria and Russia are presented.

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