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Analyses | | Piotr Szymański

On March 5, Estonia updated its long-term National Defence Development Plan for 2017–2026. It has been divided into shorter four-year planning cycles, including a new medium-term one for…

Analyses | | Jakub Groszkowski

The elections to the European Parliament have weakened the Christian Democrats (EPP) and Social Democrats (S&D) in Central Europe; but although they have won fewer seats…

Analyses | | Joanna Hyndle-Hussein

The elections in Estonia have been won by the opposition liberal Reform Party, which got 28.8% of the votes and 34 seats in the 101-seat parliament. All indications…

Analyses | | Joanna Hyndle-Hussein

On 23 November the Estonian parliament swore in a new government consisting of the Centre Party, the Social Democratic Party and the conservative IRL.

Analyses | | Joanna Hyndle-Hussein

Prime Minister Taavi Rõivas, the leader of the liberal and pro-Western Reform Party, which had governed Estonia since 2001, lost support of his coalition partners.

Analyses | | Joanna Hyndle-Hussein

The governments of the Baltic states initially voluntarily declared they would accept refugees.

Analyses | | Joanna Hyndle-Hussein

The victory of the ruling Estonian Reform Party proves that the situation in Ukraine has turned this party into Estonians’ guarantor of state stability.

Analyses | | Joanna Hyndle-Hussein

Ansip intends to replace Siim Kallas as European Commissioner, but the decision to this effect will depend on the new coalition.

Analyses | | Joanna Hyndle-Hussein
The centre-right government is beginning the process of separating of the sale and transmission of gas, in accordance with the guidelines of the EU's Third Energy Package; this requires the entities involved in the production,…
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A new government of Estonia was sworn in on 6 April. It will once again be led by Andrus Ansip, the head of the liberal Estonian Reform Party (RE), which won the parliamentary elections in March. The prime minister’s party entered…