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Estonia: A Trip Into a Borderline State


Though Estonia is part of the European Union and NATO, its economy remains on shaky ground. Tens of thousands of its residents have immigrated in search of better working conditions and its Russian minority is restive, many nostalgic for Soviet times.

Though Estonia is part of the European Union and NATO, its economy remains on shaky ground. Tens of thousands of its residents have immigrated in search of better working conditions and its Russian minority is restive, many nostalgic for Soviet times.

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