Estonia affirms continued support to Georgia's EU, NATO courseLocal News
- Ministry: no Estonians among mountaineers killed in GeorgiaLocal News
- Sending back a Vietnamese costs thousands of eurosLocal News
- Editorial: don't sell security for pottage of lentilesOpinion
- Tiit Vähi: anti-Russia torch of war damaging to business Former Prime Minister talks to PostimeesEconomy
- Who will care for Crimean Estonians?Estonian news
- Commander-in-Chief convinced in increased NATO presence in BalticsLocal News
- Estonia beat Georgia 3-0 in friendlySport
- Editorial: remembering the victims of communism and NazismOpinionWhile seemingly so during the brighter moments in human history, we are not on a path towards ever increasing civilization, away from atrocities, crimes and trampling on people's rights. Alas, the year at hand is no guarantee of avoiding the ugliness we eagerly label as «not for 21st century» even when happening before our very eyes.
- Editorial: the end of a blunder. Kremlin gets no MistralsOpinion
- The United States and Estonia - NATO Allies and Global PartnersLocal News
- Editorial: the West must get her act togetherOpinion«As Europe, we did far less than minimally needed to alter activities by Russia in each phase of this crisis,» said Poland’s foreign minister Radek Sikorski in a recent interview. According to him, Europe ought to have shown solidarity with Ukraine in 2013 already – then, maybe, the escalation could have been avoided.
- A psychological portrait of PutinOpinion
- Editorial: own choice of GeorgiaOpinion
- Tbilisi moved by Mandarins, an Estonian-Georgian movieCultureMandarins, the first film ever co-produced by Estonia and Georgia, received a reception at Tuesday night Tbilisi premiere rarely seen in Estonia: with the final song still ringing, audience burst into applause. During credits, the 450 spectators, including Georgian culture minister Mirian Odišaria, stood as one.
- Estonian diplomat appointed head of EU monitoring mission in GeorgiaLocal News
- Georgia's prime minister, who announced quitting politics, to visit EstoniaLocal News
- Editorial: Russia's war against Georgia halted NATO expansionOpinionFive years back, to the day, Russian army went into attack against Georgia. By now we may tell this did end a phase in European history. Following the collapse of the Soviet Union, those freed from under Kremlin began to head Westward (some fast, some at glacial speeds) and organisations carrying Western values spread towards the East.
- Estonia to send a fourth expert to EU monitoring mission in GeorgiaLocal News