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Talk Eastern Europe – Episode four: Estonia, Eesti 200 and Russian minority

This episode takes a look at Estonian politics, a new political party called Eesti 200, and the Russian minority ahead of the March 2019 parliamentary elections.

January 8, 2019 - Adam Reichardt Maciej Makulski - Blogs and podcasts

Narva castle on the left, Ivangorod castle on the right Photo: Peter Van den Bossche (CC) www.flickr.com

This episode looks at Estonian politics as well as gives an idea about the situation related to the Russian minority in the Baltic States with a particular focus on Estonia where parliamentary elections will be held in March 2019. The background for our discussion is a conversation between Filip Rudnik, a Polish journalist, and Kristina Kallas, leader of a new political party called Eesti 200.


04.25: Eesti 200 – what does it stand for?

12.02: Discussion about EKRE and populism in Estonia

20:57: Eesti 200 education proposals and how to deal with Russian minority issue

Music featured in the podcast licensed under the Creative Commons license 3.0

Opening theme: “Sum of My Fears” by Dazie Mae: http://freemusicarchive.org/music/Dazie_Mae/Last_Jazz_in_Paris/03-1518107-Dazie_Mae-Sum_of_My_Fears

Also in the podcast: “Thatched Villagers” by Kevin MacLeod



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