14370>by Mel Huang Though Vaira Vīķe-Freiberga became President of Latvia a year ago after inconclusive voting left her as a compromise candidate, she has made a strong impact in Latvian politics and society since then. In what can be referred to as a “baptism by fire,” her first major act as President was to veto […]

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