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Lithuanian Military Digest

2018 No. 2 (2)



2nd issue of “Lithuanian Military Digest” is focused on the topic then while celebrating the 100th anniversary of Lithuania’s independence, we, Lithuanians, as well as our country’s guests and allied soldiers can walk peacefully on this beloved land that have not been stepped by any enemies’ feet for 27 years. We can all breathe the freedom. However, even while rejoicing the recovering, rising and modernizing country, we are still in a fight every day. Every citizen of the Western world is being disturbed by the information warfare, every sober-minded person knows that he lives in the shadow of the threat of an enemy who wants to bring the world back to the times of the past. Since he took power for the first time in 2000, Vladimir Putin — who once called the fall of the Soviet Union “the greatest geopolitical catastrophe of the century” — has aimed to restore Russia’s power on the world stage.

Creating a Russian propaganda machine to his people, V. Putin seems to be drawing a dreamed world of fantasies, where everybody who supports this leader’s regime can feel invincible and happy, having the magical weapons, such as, for example, the “global unlimited range cruise missile” besides them.

What is the likely option if Putin suddenly would decide to push a so-called nuclear suitcase button, so “the West actually hears him”? If the US begins to increase its defensive potential, can Moscow hope that it will win this competition?

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