When leaders and analysts need the perspective of Estonia's Russian-speaking community, they turn to Professor Hanon Barabaner. He's the rector of the Institute for Economics and Management in Tallinn, a doctor of science, a professor of the Russian International Academy for Tourism in Moscow and a member of the International Academy of Biospheric Sciences. Over his fifty years of living in Estonia he has also become an active representative of the country's Russian-speaking population and a long-time participant in the president's roundtable on national minorities. The Baltic Times spoke ...
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