March 11, 2014

Today Crimea, Tomorrow Estonia?

William Cook, The Spectator

The Associated Press

‘I have some sad news,’ says the Estonian politician, as we sit down to dinner. ‘War has broken out.’ The pain in his voice is palpable. For this patriotic man, and many like him, Russia’s invasion of Crimea has reawakened memories of an era everyone here hoped was over.

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