There is no such thing as a 'Baltic interest'

  • 2006-03-01
  • Interviewed by Kairi Kurm
When it comes to foreign policy, Toomas Hendrik Ilves is one of the most well-known experts in Eastern Europe. Seven years as Estonia's foreign minister, together with the perspective of a former U.S. citizen, give him special insight into foreign affairs. As he says on his Web site, his most important challenge as member of the European Parliament, where he serves as first deputy chair of the foreign affairs committee, is to be as effective as 10 representatives.Born into an Estonian family in Sweden and educated at Columbia and the University of Pennsylvania, Ilves' horizons stretch well ...
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