TALLINN - The next European Union (EU) dignitary to visit Estonia might be surprised by what is becoming a frostier atmosphere in this Baltic state, though it's likely the chill will come from the burgeoning Euroskeptic movement, not the Estonian weather.Euroskepticism, as its followers call it, is a movement that encourages Estonians to question whether joining the EU will benefit the country. Some skeptics go so far as to advocate against joining the EU altogether. "I want the government to answer many questions about the EU and why we must go there," said Euroskeptic Kalle Kulbok, former...
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