Diplomatic relations, between India and the Baltic states, were established over 25 years ago but have remained below their potential. For a long time, neither side featured prominently in the other’s foreign-policy priorities. Over the past decade, this began to change. First with the Baltic states looking to further their ties with rising powers in Asia, and now with India looking to diversify its Europe policy by reaching out to smaller states in Central, Eastern and Southern Europe.

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This article was originally published by the Estonian Foreign Policy Institute.