by Mel Huang Through its public goodwill gestures toward its southern neighbours, Estonia may have jeopardised its own coveted position as a front-runner for membership in the European Union. When German Foreign Minister Joschka Fischer recently crossed the Estonian-Finnish border, he delivered a message that confirmed both the success of and the fears about this […]

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