Forging an identity

  • 2009-05-07
  • By Leon Miller
Estonia has the flavor of a bipolar culture 's people identify themselves as either Russian or Estonian 's which has an influence on ethnic relations in Estonia.  I propose that interethnic relations can be improved by creating a "Unified Estonian National Character."Estonia 's like many other Western European, secular nations 's finds it difficult to establish commonly shared values that bond people together. Estonia also has found it difficult to establish a national character that all of its people identify with. The necessity of establishing a unified national character based o...
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