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· April, 2008

Stories about Estonia from April, 2008

Soviet History: Samizdat Anniversary

Window on Eurasia writes about the 40th anniversary of the launch of the Soviet samizdat publication, the Chronicle of Current Events.

Estonia, Russia: Bronze Soldier Crisis Anniversary

Vilhelm Konnander posts an extensive analysis of the issues surrounding the first anniversary of the Estonian Bronze Soldier crisis.

Estonia: “The Rubik's Cube of the Soviet Legacy”

Itching for Eestimaa writes about Estonia: “This country is complicated, but attempts to explain it to the outside world often fail. […] Estonia is closer than you think to solving...

Estonia: Dozor Night Game

AnTyx writes about playing the Dozor Night Game in Estonia, which “[grew] out of games that have been played for centuries; and certainly after the fall of the Soviet Union...

Estonia: Finnish Muslims; Childhood Memories

AnTyx writes about the Finnish Muslim Party's protest against Estonia's presence in Iraq – and shares a few Soviet/post-Soviet childhood memories.

Estonia: Interview With Blogger Flasher T

Itching for Eestimaa interviews “Estonian blogger Flasher T, author of the lively Antyx.”

The Baltics: “The State of the Nation”

Marginalia muses about “the state of the nation.”

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