http://www.balticsww.com/ English language Baltic newspaper
http://www.baltictimes.com/ English language Baltic newspaper
www.inyourpocket.com The publishers of the indispensable "In Your Pocket Guides" have a website!! These guides provide great information about the major Baltic and Eastern European cities: places to stay, eat, things to do, locations of information services, history, etc.
http://www.ce-review.org/ the Central Europe Review: weekly news regarding Central Europe.
http://www.insidebaltics.com/ Inside the Baltics: English Language news about the area.
http://saturn.zzz.ee/tbr/ The Baltic review: More English Language News from the Baltics.
http://carla.acad.umn.edu/lctl/lctl.html The Less Commonly Taught Languages Project, at the University of Minnesota. This site has useful information about where one can study less commonly taught languages, and other relevant resources. Also see the link http://carla.acad.umn.edu/lctl/access.html
http://www.odci.gov/cia/publications/chiefs/index.html#E an index provided by the CIA to chiefs of state and international governments.
http://www.embpage.org/ Links to embassies of various nations in the U.S.
www.bafl.com The Baltic American Freedom League, which promotes the development of the Baltic Countries,etc.
www.jbanc.org The Joint Baltic American National Committee, which includes the national organizations of the Baltic countries in the U.S.
www.indiana.edu/~CEUS Indiana University's Central Eurasian Studies Department, home of Estonian and Finnish classes.
http://www.go-ed.com/universities/uni-idx.html Find international universities through this website
Russian and East European Institute at Indiana University
http://www.indiana.edu/~iaunrc/ The Inner Asian and Uralic National Resource Center, located at IU.
http://www.uiowa.edu/~creees/balssi.html The 2000 Baltic Language Summer Program at University of Iowa
http://www.balticshop.com/ Online store of Baltic goods