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· June, 2008

Stories about Estonia from June, 2008

Lithuania: Soviet and Nazi Symbol Ban

Itching for Eestimaa thinks that Lithuania's recent decision “to ban both Soviet and Nazi symbols, as well as national anthems, is […] a mistake.”

Estonia: Tartu's Snail Tower

AnTyx compares Tartu's Snail Tower to other cities’ modern architecture.

Estonia: Tax System

AnTyx writes about Estonian economic policies and tax system.

Estonia: Citizens, Aliens, and the Myths

Itching for Eestimaa writes about the myths surrounding Estonia's Law on Aliens and Citizenship Act.

Latvia: Domestic Politics

Itching for Eestimaa, Latvian Abroad, and Baltic weigh in on Latvia's domestic politics.

Estonia: “Memories Denied”

A Step At A Time writes about “Memories Denied,” a 2006 book by Estonian filmmaker and journalist Imbi Paju, about the Soviet-time “cultural genocide” waged by Moscow against Estonia.

Estonia: Economic Crisis?

AnTyx dissects the Estonian economic crisis.

Estonia: Communication

Itching for Eestimaa writes about Estonia's foreign ministry's “communication problem [that] is, sadly, exemplary of a larger inability of the Estonian government, or indeed, other actors within Estonia, to communicate...

Estonia: ‘Zavood’ Pub in Tartu

AnTyx writes, according to one reader, on “a local issue with international appeal”: Zavood, “the most legendary of Tartu booze houses.”

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