by Mel Huang A curious and distorted variant of the children's game "musical chairs" continues to be played out in Estonia's national defence sphere. Instead of happily screaming children when the music is cut, the scrambled military leadership sigh at the inevitability of the game's outcome - especially when the music's manager or, in this […]

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