What if the Russian exclave of Kaliningrad would gain independence and become the 4th Baltic state sort of speaking, as many have said, althow in my opinion is incorrect. Baltic states are not just Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania, but Poland, Germany, Russia, Finland, Sweden and Denmark too. Anyways, i've tried to imagine a situation in which this strip of land between Lithuania and Poland would be a independent state, even join the European Union.
So i've reached the conclusion that it's a very complicated piece of land, with a lot of history and it touches a lot of sensibilities of the nations around it.
Fist i've comed to the conclusion that it can't be called East Prussia or Koenigsberg as it was in it's German past, but neither Kaliningrad as it was remaned after WW2. So i've thought that best way to smooth things would be something in the middle, basically the state would have the first part of it's name Russian "Kalinin" because the Russians gaved it the frontier shape and at the end the German termination "berg".
The capital city will be renamed Koenigsgrad, which the first part German "Koenigs" and the Russian termination "grad". The official languages will be the ones of the majority of the population, which is Russian, Polish and Lithuanian plus the German language which is more as a historic link the land's past, also good for business and tourists !
If this state would ever have the chance to exist, i don't know, but it's nice to dream ...
Capital city: Koenigsgrad
Official languages: Russian, Polish, German, Lithuanian