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· August, 2007

Stories about Estonia from August, 2007

Estonia: Russia

Yet another blog battle is raging in the comments section of Edward Lucas’ post on the Russo-Estonian relations.

Russia: Xenophobia and Violence

There are 48 comments so far to a post on xenophobia and violence in Russia, over at Sean's Russia Blog. One commenter writes: “It seems to me that the Kremlin...

Estonia: Gay Pride in Tallinn

All About Latvia shares his thoughts on Tallinn and the Gay Pride Parade there.

Baltic States: Refugees

Lituanica writes about refugees seeking shelter in the Baltic states: “Lithuania received 312, Latvia – 19 and Estonia 8 refugees this year so far.”

Estonia, Russia: Battling the “Kommisars of the Net”

Itching for Eestimaa shares the techniques of “battling Russian nationalists” on the Web: “…a tutorial on how to flip their arguments on their head, and move the discussion into territory...

Estonia: Eternal Remont

Itching for Eestimaa writes about remont in Estonia: “…the point of remont is not to finish it, but to keep doing it. This is Estonia, and in Estonia, remont is...

Estonia: Scandinavian Influence

Itching for Eestimaa writes about Scandinavian influence in Estonia (and the two Swedes who represented Estonia in the Eurovision Song Contest in 2002 and 2006).

Russia: Defending Estonia at “Nashi” Camp

Latvian Abroad reports on a group of Estonian ethnic Russians who are defending Estonia at the summer camp of the pro-Putin youth movement Nashi.

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