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Public Agency (PA) the Centre for Geopolitical Studies was established in 2005 by the initiative of active and public-spirited people.

Main objectives and functions of the Centre for Geopolitical Studies include:

1. Analysis, selection and accumulation of information on the political, economic, military, social, demographic, ecologic etc. situation of the states located within the geopolitical space relevant for Lithuania.

2. Supervision and analysis of geopolitical processes within the geopolitical space relevant for Lithuania; investigation of possible impact of these processes and their changes on political, economic, defense, social, cultural etc. situations in Lithuania and its neighboring countries, including possible political, economic, military, social, ecologic etc. threats for safety of Lithuania and its closest neighbors.

3. Investigation and analysis of geopolitical processes within the geopolitical space relevant for Lithuania, such as competition of states, their alliances or major economic entities, in pursuance of political influence and economic power, domination in the information space of the countries or trans-national alliances:

  • to give priority to supervision of geopolitical processes in Russia as a state having big influence on the processes taking place in the international stage, and major impact of a foreign country on the situation in Lithuania and its closest neighboring countries; to analyze and evaluate the measures of energy policy as well as information and propaganda measures used by Russia, by which it is striving to expand its direct impact on the situation in Lithuania, its closest neighboring countries and the post-soviet space;
  • to closely supervise and investigate processes taking place in the countries influenced by the international terrorism and political instability, which might influence the general international situation, including possible threat of major military conflict or wide economic crisis.
  • to supervise and investigate processes taking place in the international structures, to which Lithuania belongs;
  • to supervise and investigate political and economic processes in the states governed according to the communist ideas, such as China, Cuba or Northern Korea.

4. Submission of the survey, supervision and analysis results to the Lithuanian, and later – to the international community, and involvement of society into discussions of the submitted information:

  • For submission of results, the internet website www.geopolitika.lt administered by the Centre should be used. It should contain analytical articles, written by the Lithuanian (if possible – by foreign) politicians, journalists, analysts and famous public figures;
  • To open and administer, in the internet website www.geopolitika.lt, a discussion webpage – forum, where the Lithuanian and foreign readers could express their views on issues under investigation and participate in the internet discussions.

In the future the Centre envisages to organize information-analytical conferences on major geopolitical issues for Lithuania, and to join civil initiatives and projects relevant for the activity of the Centre.


Lithuania considers that Russia and Belarus regards it as “the enemy”

2011 11 15

“Local military conflicts in the region are quite possible”, - stated the Defence Minister of Lithuania Rasa Jukneviciene at the discussion about the project on the national security strategy.

Polina Spelova. A Pipe for two

2011 11 14

“The Nord Stream” intended to by-pass the precarious Ukraine, has been officially set in operation.

Lithuania will buy energy from the Baltic NPP

2011 11 06

Lithuania is going to buy energy from the Baltic nuclear power plant, despite the strong statements of politicians.

James Marson. Will the Ukraine prefer a democratic Russia to sympathetic Europe?

2011 10 28

After a week of blistering criticism from the West concerning the imprisonment of Julia Timoshenko, the President of Ukraine Viktor Janukovych heard on Tuesday the words that soothe any strict leaders, the Times writes.

Olga Beliavskaja. Belarusian-Lithuanian innovation centre is going to be opened in Minsk

2011 10 27

Belarusian-Lithuanian innovation centre will be established in Minsk, reported to the BELTA correspondent at the press service of the State Committee of Science and Technologies.

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