14 January 2002 The fall of a government need not be a harbinger of impending ruin to EU accession hopes, as the case of Estonia shows. The resignation of Estonian Prime Minister Mart Laar last week provoked the usual warnings from commentators and journalists. The demise of the Estonian government and the difficulty of setting […]

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