16 January 1998 In 1997 Estonia was still the success story of post-Soviet reforms, as leaders used the term “Baltic tiger” to refer to its fast-growing economy. The year marked the end of Estonia’s political transition from Soviet rule, as it was accepted into the first round of European Union (EU) enlargement talks and thus […]

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