The Baltic States and Their Region: New Europe or Old?

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Editor's introduction1
Christopher S. Browning, From “east-west” to “new Europe-old Europe”: the American challenge to Finnish identity11
Dovilė Budrytė, Lithuania's new (in)security: transatlantic tensions and the dilemma of dual loyalty41
Pertti Joenniemi, The challenges of “new” and “old”: the case of Europe's north67
Marko Lehti, Estonia and Latvia: A “new” Europe challenges the “old”?87
Sergei Jakobson-Obolenski, Overlapping ideological boundaries and transformations in the EU periphery: the Baltic States and Kaliningrad115
Leonidas Donskis, The promise of certainty, safety and security in an uncertain, unsafe and insecure world: the emergence of Lithuanian populism143
Charles Woolfson, Labour rights, social conflict and cohesion in accession Lithuania: implications for EU enlargement159
Dirk Crols, Old and new minorities on the international chessboard: from League to Union185
David J Smith, Non-territorial cultural autonomy as a Baltic contribution to Europe between the wars211
Martyn Housden, Cultural autonomy in Estonia: one of history's “curiosities”?227
Helen M. Morris, The non-citizens of the EU251
Viatcheslav Morozov, The Baltic States and Russia in the new Europe: a neo-Gramscian perspective on the global and the local275

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