Stories about Latvia from December, 2007
The Baltics: “Borderlands (V)”
There's something to grieve and much to celebrate when the Baltic states join the Schengen, writes Marginalia.
Latvia, Estonia: Valka and Valga
Valka is in Latvia, Valga – in Estonia. Until 1920, they used to be one town, Walk. “The Latvian side faces a back door of an Estonian supermarket.” But, as All About Latvia reports, “town officials from both sides plan to take [the metal fence] down altogether to allow pedestrians...
Latvia, Estonia: Schengen
All About Latvia celebrated the Schengen expansion at what used to be a Latvian-Estonian border post.
Latvia: Online Voting in 2009?
Information Policy reports that Latvia is planning to allow voters to cast ballots online in the 2009 elections.
Latvia: Government Resigns
On the resignation of Aigars Kalvītis’ government – All About Latvia, Marginalia, Latvian Abroad, and Baltic Bulletin.
Latvia: Holocaust History
De Rebus Antiquis Et Novis writes about the Holocaust in Latvia.