Why the Baltics won’t become another Ukraine

Posted on 04. August 2014 by Ivan Lavrentjev When the crisis in Ukraine emerged and the peninsula of Crimea was occupied by so-called polite, armed men, people in the Baltics and other regions of the world started to discuss the possibility of Russia moving in on Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania as well. Those countries, members of … Continue reading Why the Baltics won’t become another Ukraine

Overly cautious and concerned about Putin: Estonia after 10 years as an EU member

Posted on 29. April 2014 by Anna Karolin During the gloomiest days of the Eurozone crisis, Estonians often felt like the economic superstars of Europe. Sure, star economist and New York Times columnist Krugman did not like our economic model, but we actually managed to make the shrewd cuts in public spending, have very few protests … Continue reading Overly cautious and concerned about Putin: Estonia after 10 years as an EU member