Estonian president: Ukraine should decide its own futureLocal News
- McCain: US-Baltic relations are more important than they have been for a long timeLocal News
- Estonia affirms continued support to Georgia's EU, NATO courseLocal News
- Ratas: Estonian Center Party's agreement with United Russia is non-activeLocal News
- Estonian criminals crossing bordersLocal News
- Russian formin hopes for constructive cooperation with Estonia's new forminLocal News
- Three parties invite Allar Jõks for a cup of coffeeLocal NewsYesterday, representatives of Centre, the Free and IRL met presidential candidate Allar Jõks in Hotel Palace, Tallinn. The meeting featuring Jaanus Karilaid and Kadri Simson (Centre), Andres Ammas and Andres Herkel (Free) and Margus Tsahkna (IRL) happened at initiative of Centre faction at Riigikogu.
- Tiit Vähi: anti-Russia torch of war damaging to business Former Prime Minister talks to PostimeesEconomy
- So an Estonian enterprise up and establishes headquarters on Mauritius E-tiger makes African bounce @ onceEconomy
- Six allies to send company-sized units to Estonia's Spring Storm exerciseLocal News
- Iran is interested in EstoniaEconomy
- Estonia to regulate Uber and Taxify ride-sharersLocal News
- 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.
- Estonian defmin believes Finland would help Estonia with military power, if necessaryLocal News
- The random use of EU moneyLocal News
- Editorial: the clear red lineOpinionThe Syrian civil war and Russia's involvement in it have come to a complex stage where, due to variety of options, the further development is difficult to see as additionally muddied by Turkey downing a Russian jet on Syrian border yesterday with one pilot dead. The only thing clear is the line the Turks drew: with warning ignored, action follows.
- Editorial: Europe headed towards collective defenceOpinion
- Finnish professor: Putin is seeking cooperationOpinion
- The ranting dads and the rattled kids on the fieldsSport«Get the game!», «Boil the umpire!», «Pass better!», «Strike stronger!». A late afternoon at sports arena. The kids are playing football, «green» against «yellow». All are having fun and trying their very best. At times, they flop pretty bad which for beginners is pardonable. Flanking the field, coaches of both teams are encouraging the guys to enjoy the game. At the other edge.. we quoted them above, a bit. In the conflict of educational philosophies, who loses is the child. What did he do wrong? Nothing.
- University of Tartu seeks to swallow three institutesLocal NewsDespite the sleepiness of summer, employees at the Institute of the Estonian Language (EKI) are deeply disturbed that their institution – a bastion to defend and develop the native tongue – is in danger of takeover by University of Tartu (TÜ) as approved by the very Ministry of Education and Research.
- Finland and Estonia on joint X-Road starting NovemberEconomy
- Editorial: Finland changing courseOpinionToday’s Postimees features an opinion article by Finnish journalist Jarmo Mäkelä casting some light on changes weighty in the context of the fast-approaching general elections in Finland, yet unnoticed by the public. Turns out, a greater than expected agreement has emerged among leading Finnish politicians regarding defence policy – including the issue of drawing nearer to NATO.
- Nordic cos reach agreement on tightening cooperation, including with BalticsEstonian news
- US fighter jets destroy ground targets at Estonia's central training groundLocal News
- Estonia signs European Space Agency accession agreementLocal News
- Estonia to send EUR 120,000 in humanitarian aid to Ukraine this weekLocal News
- US extends Finland invitation to joint air exercise in EstoniaLocal News
- Estonia to pull out of Baltic mine countermeasures squadronLocal News
- Editorial: taking the state by the hornsOpinion
- Russian border guard quits cooperation with EstoniaLocal NewsAt the beginning of November, former Border Guard Board director-general Vice-Admiral Tarmo Kõuts and University of professor emeritus Ülo Vooglaid handed the Riigikogu a collective address to restore standalone Border Guard. According to interior minister Hanno Pevkur (Reform Party), the idea ought to at least be discussed.
- Estonians in Swedish training for dire disorderLocal News
- Financing Estonia: Norwegian and Swiss aid not forever?Economy