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· September, 2008

Stories about Estonia from September, 2008

Estonia, Finland, Russia: Relationship Now and Then

A Step At A Time writes in depth about the relationship between Finland, Estonia, and Russia – now and in the past.

Baltic States: Unity project for next generation of Balts

Lituanica reports from a Baltic youth conference, where visions of bringing Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania closer together stood out as the vision of a young Baltic generation.

Estonia: Top-ranking official in spy scandal

Osteuropablog comments on [GER] an article in Estonian newspaper Postimees of spy charges brought against a top-ranking official in the Ministry of Defence.

Estonia: Calls for change for unfamiliarity with continuity

Itching for Eestimaa discusses how a growing number of Estonians call for a government change for the mere reason that they are unaccustomed to having cabinets in power for more...

Estonia: Next population count by cyber census

Osteuropablog notes [GER] that the next Estonian population census in 2011 may be conducted by way of the Internet.

Estonia: Impressions of Haapsalu

Itching for Eestimaa tells a story about his impressions of Haapsalu – a town unscathed by the passing of time.

Estonia: Russians calling for autonomy

Eternal Remont comments on a story in Vesti Dnya, reporting the birth of an organisation calling for territorial autonomy of ehtnic Russians in Estonia.

Estonia, Latvia: iPhone

AnTyx writes about iPhone in Estonia; Telecoms in Latvia writes about iPhone in Latvia – here, here, here, and here.

Estonia: Support of the EU equals Estonian part of the people

Babel Tallinn reports about a survey that gives 84% support to the EU among the total Estonian suffrage – coincidentally the same percentage of citizens who are Estonian by ethnicity.

Estonia-Finland: Divided views on dealing with Russia

Itching for Eestima discusses how Finland deals with its Russian neighbour in the Georgia war context and reflects on Estonia's role.

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