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Brexit: Hidden Implications for Baltic Security

Political scientist Eoin Micheál McNamara discusses the implications of a possible British exit from the EU on Baltic security. Continue reading

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So Long, Farewell

In a farewell post finalising his exchange year in Tartu, Drew from the USA writes about what fascinates him in Estonia, what makes the University of Tartu stand out, where the world peace begins, and xenophobia. Continue reading

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Gender in Estonia: Observations from a Foreign Feminist

Jeana Jorgensen, a folklorist (PhD), feminist and a gender studies scholar, spent 10 months in Tartu as a visiting PhD student at the Department of Estonian and Comparative Folkloristics. Now she shares her observations on the gender dynamics in Estonia. Continue reading

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