Tag Archives: Russia

Crimea “Referendum”: Welcome Back Home!

Semiotician Mihhail Lotman showcases the modelling role of art, based on a popular, recent picture that came to symbolise the current state of affairs in Crimea. Continue reading

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How Secure Are Small Nations after the Annexation of Crimea?

Heiko Pääbo, Head of the UT Center for Baltic Studies, writes about the perspective and the consequences of Russia’s aggression in Crimea for the small nations. Continue reading

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Russian Federation 2014: A Difficult Year Ahead?

Read what an expert network led by two UT political scientists predicts for Russia in 2014 with regard to its political, economic, and societal development. Continue reading

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Silent and Slow Estonians, Emotional and Fast Russians

What happens when an Estonian and a Russian meet? See the outcomes of a new study about ethnic stereotypes and communication patterns. Continue reading

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4 Good Reasons for You to Visit Narva

Narva is much more than another province town. With 82 percent of its population being ethnically Russians, it is a different Estonia. Here are 4 good reasons for you to visit Narva. Continue reading

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Student Interview: Voronezh Is Like Tartu, but 10 Times Bigger

This is an interview with Ekaterina Bogdanova from Voronezh State University in Russia. Ekaterina is on her exchange semester in Tartu in autumn 2012. Continue reading

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Podcast: Projecting The Future for Russia

Viacheslav Morozov, The University of Tartu professor of EU-Russia studies, discusses the large-scale protests in Russia after the parliamentary election on 4 December 2011, the current situation, and the future scenarios. Continue reading

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