The Crisis in Ukraine: An Estonian Perspective

While the two former Soviet republics are geographically located rather far apart on continental Europe, the crisis in Ukraine has a much greater effect on the Baltic state of Estonia than one would have originally assumed. more…

Russian Minority in Estonia

Russian minorities and their discontent, as well as so-called “pro-Russian separatists”, have repeatedly been addressed by Moscow, and the Russian majority of Crimea’s population served as an official justification for its incorporation into the Russian Federation. more…

13th Estonian Parliamentary Elections

Estonia’s view to the west

Estonia continues its consequent orientation to the West, being resembled by commitment to both EU and NATO, also after the parliamentary elections of 1 March 2015. more…

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The Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung is active in Estonia since the beginning of independence movements in late 1980-ies. Since 1993 we are represented with our office in Tallinn.

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Previous events

Feb. 19
Congress

Are poverty wages destroying family life in Estonia?

Symposium on Social Policy

Dec. 11
Discussion

The situation of Christians in the Middle East

Conflicts, that changed the world

Nov. 10
Event

The European dimension of the Fall of Berlin Wall

Lecture, discussion and movie screening

Nov. 6
Discussion

Current situation and the future in Iraq

Conflicts, that changed the world

Publications

The Crisis in Ukraine: An Estonian Perspective

AN ABSTRACT OF THE ESTONIAN SOCIO-ECONOMIC, POLITICAL AND SOCIAL OUTLOOK AS A RESULT OF THE UKRAINIAN CRISIS.

While the two former Soviet republics are geographically located rather far apart on continental Europe, the crisis in Ukraine has a much greater effect on the Baltic state of Estonia than one would have originally assumed. The [...] more…

Russian Minority in Estonia

SOCIAL CO-EXISTENCE, EDUCATIONAL TRANSFORMATION AND THE LABOUR MARKET

The role and influence of significant Russian minorities in Europe came to the fore during the current crisis in Eastern Ukraine and the Russian annexation of Crimea. Russian minorities and their discontent, as well as so-called [...] more…

Estonia’s view to the west

Results and Implications of the 13th Estonian Parliamentary Elections

Estonia continues its consequent orientation to the West, being resembled by commitment to both EU and NATO, also after the parliamentary elections of 1 March 2015. In times of geopolitical and economic tension, Estonians have [...] more…

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