14371>by Mel Huang There were high expectations in Estonia in March 1999, when Mart Laar strolled back into the prime ministerial chair. Many wondered what he could do with a solid three-party majority coalition, especially in terms of trying to take Estonia out of the economic crisis caused by the Russian collapse. Though difficult, one […]

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