Portugal-Lithuania: two sides of the same crisis

To each his destiny, and to each his own headaches, in a Europe where distance generates indifference at best, prejudices or even hostility at worst: in Lithuania, the ups and downs of Portuguese politics do not interest the crowds; the Lithuanians are more worried about the turpitude of neighbouring Russia and Belarus, powerful foils that push the country ever further into the European game. And in Lisbon, as elsewhere in the west of the continent, no one even noticed the distant partner would be sharing the presidency for six months, presiding over the destinies of 500 million Europeans.

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