Estonian Prime Minister Juri Ratas stood, clutching his lectern, in the middle of the press area. The Tallinn Digital Summit had been his home summit, falling exactly in the middle of the six-month Estonian Presidency of the Council of the European Union, and yet the Ratas didn't look particularly at-home.
Ratas was flanked by Donald Tusk, President of the European Council and a statesman who had, three months prior, given a gracious speech in Tallinn's Freedom Square, talking with apparent sincerity about his feelings for Estonia, even name-checking nationa...
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