16 April 2002 An opinion piece by Mari Uba TALLINN, 12 April (Postimees)–Two communities live quite separately from each other in Estonia. Estonians and Russians often do not even need to communicate or understand each other. A recent poll conducted by Emor shows that, in addition to a different mother tongue, we value different things. […]

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