Russia has a new prime minister, but the situation in this neighboring country is still difficult. The crisis in Russia touches Estonia's national interests in more ways than one. The difficulties of the Russian economic system are already harming multiple branches of Estonian industry, especially the food industry. A possible shortage of foodstuffs in Russia could cause social problems, which may result in economic refugees moving towards Central Europe. One of the routes could head through the Baltic countries.But a problem far more worrisome, in both Estonia and the rest of the world, is...
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