The rap on Estonians - cold, aloof, unemotional - is widely known in this corner of the world. All the travel books will tell you not to expect many smiles in Tallinn.But anyone who watched the Parliament handle the super-sensitive citizenship issue was sure to come away with respect for its no-nonsense approach, if not for its motivation.With almost none of the contentious partisan bickering that characterized Latvia's debate on the issue, the Parliament quietly decided Dec. 8 to ease naturalization laws for nearly 6,000 stateless Russian children born in the country since independence. No...
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