Scientists overturn Meri’s 5,000 years hypothesisLocal News
- Kaljulaid turns down churchLocal News
- Reform Party's presidential candidates substantially ahead of othersLocal News
- The ups and downs of Tallinn Stock ExchangeEconomy
- 25 years of mobile telephony in EstoniaEconomySounds incredible, but just a quarter of century ago we lived with no phone calls in open air, SMS messages, e-mails and websites. Information was mouth to mouth, with long distance calls hanging to a cord, some news agencies might have had a teletypewriter, and ships had Morse machines. For years, people were waiting in lines for phones at home. Then, something happened. Something which carried the message of «come, buy, and call at once».
- A genuine nationalist or a laborious landlord?Local News
- 10th Lennart Meri Conference to focus on future of Europe, the WestLocal News
- Reform torn by Kallas v Kaljurand race 1Local News
- Jüri Luik: Lennart Meri's legacyOpinion
- Centre sees potential benefits in cooperation with party of PutinLocal NewsEarlier, Centre Party has repeatedly promised to vote over continued cooperation with United Russia. At its assembly this Saturday, they did not. The issue was indeed up for discussion, but vice chairman Jaanus Karilaidwho formerly wished the cooperation would cease is now of the opinion that they might try withing the treaty to seek something useful for Estonia.
- Medical scientist proves hypothesis set by Lennart Meri Location of mythical Thule convincingly linked with Saaremaa, EstoniaCulture
- Ilves bumps into old friendLocal News
- Posing the presidential question: a he or a she?Local News
- Who's Estonia's next President?Opinion
- Adviser to Tusk: Estonia safe as part of World SchemeLocal NewsIn his book on the end of Estonian Soviet Socialist Republic and its foreign ministry under Lennart Meri titled «The International Man» (Rahvusvaheline mees), Mihkel Mutt describes a clerk Fabian ordered by boss to switch Estonia into World Scheme as fast as at all possible. Now, Estonia is part of the World Scheme, ensuring its protection in this troubled world, Riina Ruth Kionka – foreign policy adviser to European Council president Donald Tusk and a guest at Lennart Meri Conference this past weekend in Tallinn – tells Postimees in interview.
- OSCE chief to speak at Lennart Meri ConferenceLocal News
- Riigikogu elections spiced up with PresidentsLocal News
- Editorial: power party fermentOpinionWho, if any, could one consider an authority? Attempting to answer: someone who shares your world view (as, otherwise, perhaps, the basis for conclusions might prove too differing), who has experience, knowledge and the bystander look. For Reform Party, its creator, initial chairman and former prime minister Siim Kallas seems to tick all the boxes.
- Russian turned Estonian patriot denied citizenshipLocal News
- Ilves: the withdrawal of Russian troops from Estonia was our first priorityLocal NewsWhat's happening today in Ukraine only serves to prove how important it was to get the occupying Russian troops withdrawn from Estonia and how correct our behaviour was, said the President, Toomas Hendrik Ilves, today at a rally to recall the withdrawal of Russian troops from Estonia on 31 August 1994.
- Maritime reforms run agroundEconomyIn 1993, close to 70 cargo ships sailed under Estonian flag. Since April, the number is zero. In cooperation with economy ministry, maritime council (Merendusnõukoda) has worked for reforms for years. They have come up with a 94-page base document, and its application plan. By some, tax policy by Reform Party is seen as headwind.
- Editorial: understanding heavy metalOpinionNeither Europe nor the world itself aren’t what they used to be during the final years that Lennart Meri was with us. «It’s the war drums sounding again,» said a veteran Finnish diplomat Jaakko Iloniemi, former ambassador to the US, in the conclusive lecture of Lennart Meri Conference – the 7th of its kind. «We are told that national borders drawn randomly and unfairly are redrawn. But what would the European map look like if one European nation after the other would raise a battle cry declaring that they have been unfairly treated, that they also have suffered?»
- Editorial: time gives meaning to things accomplishedOpinion