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No. 30, December 2014

The main topic of this issue is the changed security situation in Estonia, which was discussed in a panel by the Riigikogu fractions. Social issues and the situation of the Russian-speaking minority are analysed from the viewpoint of national security. Another important subject is Estonia’s ambition to become a full member of the European Space Agency.

Summaries of articles are in English.

Full articles in Estonian

Editor-in-Chief’s Column

RiTo conversation circle

  • Security Policy: Election Horse or Consensus?

    Representatives of all the factions in the Riigikogu took part in the November panel of the Riigikogu Toimetised to discuss whether there was a need to reach a consensus in security issues before the upcoming parliamentary elections. Mati Raidma represented the Reform Party, Urmas Reinsalu – the Pro Patria and Res Publica Union, Enn Eesmaa – the Centre Party, and Marianne Mikko – the Social Democratic Party. They were interviewed by Mart Raudsaar, the Editor-in-Chief of the Riigikogu Toimetised. The theses of the panelists are briefly summarised below.

Essay

Politics

Constitutional institutions

Studies

Cosmos

Literature and Databases

Art gallery

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