24 July 2001 SALZBURG, Austria–The small Baltic state of Estonia has maintained a respectable pace in its membership negotiations with the European Union over the past few years. As of June, Estonia’s negotiators had closed 19 out of the 31 chapters in the talks, including the prickly environmental chapter. But unlike Hungary and Latvia, the […]

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