4 September 2000 Before Central Europe Review took its summer hiatus in July, Estonia was mired in a political controversy over its military’s leadership. Weeks later, the situation remains murky, with splashes of controversy and intrigue keeping political and military analysts on their toes. Though Lieutenant General Johannes Kert is no longer the commander of […]

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