A publication by Latvian Institute of International Affairs – “Latvian foreign and security policy. Yearbook 2017”, supported by the Parliament of the Republic of Latvia, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Latvia and Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung. Yearbook covers wide array of analysis, opinions and forecasts on most important issues in foreign and security policy of Latvia.
Executive director of Centre for East European Policy Studies Andis Kudors has contributed article titled “Latvia – Russia Relations: The Cool Stability”, where he concludes: “[…] in the upcoming years, Latvia and the other Baltic countries in relations with Russia must arm themselves with strategic patience and try to avoid that in 2017 and 2018 Russia in the Baltic states creates a gap in the joint foreign policy wall of the EU.”
The book is available here.