5102>by Joan Lofgren While still the wunderkind of post-Soviet reformers, 1998 showed that Estonia could not afford to take economic or political stability for granted. Estonia moved closer to membership in the European Union (EU), and waited out an ineffective governing coalition in what was yet another year of party realignment. The country weathered the […]

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