Despite the presence of large ethnic minorities in the Baltic states, political parties have formed around classic ideological cleavages, largely because of the disenfranchisement or underrepresentation of minorities in the political system. Vello Pettai argues that the party systems that have developed are stable, even if the parties and coalitions are not by Vello Pettai […]

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