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By Monika Scislowska, Associated Press
The tiny nation of Estonia shares a 180-mile border with Russia. During World War II, the Soviet Union occupied the country and then annexed it until Estonia regained its independence. Now, it is a NATO and European Union member on…
Russian disinformation is rife in countries formerly ruled from Moscow. Some ex-Soviet states have tried to suppress it altogether by banning Russian television stations and even limiting the use of the Russian language on their own domestic channels. Special Correspondent…
By Simon Ostrovsky
The party councils of the the opposition, center-right Reform Party and the ruling. left-leaning Center Party voted in favor of joining a Cabinet headed by Reform’s prime minister-designate and chairwoman Kaja Kallas.
By Jari Tanner, Associated Press
On this edition for Saturday, May 5, U.S. and NATO allies prepare for cyber attacks by investing in war games, and several key positions in the State Department remain unfilled. Also, the Trump administration is ending the temporary protected status…
By PBS NewsHour
The world’s largest live-fire cyber defense exercise is helping NATO members prepare for cyber warfare. Over the last eight years, 22 NATO and EU countries have been practicing the scenario of a cyber attack in Locked Shields, a war game…
On this edition for Sunday, April 29, growing tribalism on both ends leaves little room for debate in the political discourse, and after years of open borders, there’s backlash in Latin America as the Venezuelan migrant crisis becomes critical. Also,…
From filing taxes to accessing medical records to voting, 99 percent of all government services in Estonia are available online. Accessed at the state portal using an ID card and a pin code, the former Soviet nation is the first…
By Associated Press
The Baltic states are seen as a bulwark against Russian aggression in Eastern Europe.
Japan's prime minister says his country has entered into a pact with Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania to boost economic and political ties with the three former Soviet republics.
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