Baltic States and USA Economic Relations from 2004 to 2016
|1.||History of relations between the USA and the Baltic States||4|
|2.||Diplomatic and political relations between US and Baltic States||6|
|2.1.||US – Baltic Charter||6|
|2.3.||Relations between countries after Trump||9|
|Sources of Information||16|
1. From the time when the Soviet Union was fallen, each of them has made huge progress in implementing democracy, economic freedom, rule of law and developing a strong national defence.
2. U.S. Under Secretary of State Sumner Wells issued a strongly worded declaration on July 23, 1940, which set the course of U.S.-Baltic relations for the next fifty years – namely, the United States’ steadfast refusal to recognize the Soviet annexation of the Baltic countries.
3. In 1998, President Bill Clinton hosted the leaders of the three Baltic States in Washington, when the U.S. and the Baltic nations signed the Charter of Partnership.
4. In 2004, President Bush oversaw entry into NATO of seven new members—three of which were Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania.
5. US-Baltic Charter is one of the most important political document defining the basis of US and Baltics relations.
6. Bilateral cooperation between the U.S. and each of the Baltic States has traditionally been very active in all sectors – trade, investment, foreign and security policy and defence issues
7. Baltics joining to NATO in 2004 has bought they even closer to US.
8. All Baltic States participate in the Visa Waiver Program which allows to travel to US without obtaining visa.
9. The USA and the Baltic States have signed number of trade-related treaties and agreements.
- Baltic States and USA Economic Relations from 2004 to 2016
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