- Vladimir Jushkin
In the 1990s, there was a window of opportunity open for Russia to become a democracy. Now it has closed.
- Seppo Zetterberg
President Ilves’s book, published in Finnish, unveils a philosopher and a statesman who impels readers to think.
The topics of this issue of Diplomaatia include the current economic crisis and its geopolitical significance, the progress made by Russia after the collapse of the Soviet Union, the military developments there as described in a...
- Luukas Ilves
Estonia’s advance towards an e-state also brings about a new challenge in foreign policy.
- Vladimir Kara-Murza, Jr.
If anyone had told the demonstrators who had gathered in front of the Moscow White House on August 22, 1991, to celebrate the victory of Russia’s democratic revolution that a short eight years later its leader would be replaced...
- Toms Rostoks
Latvia has had two parliamentary elections in less than a year. The regular elections that were held on October 2, 2010, produced a coalition government of the Unity (Vienotība) and the Union of Greens and Farmers (Zaā¼o un...