John Morgan caught up with a social architect who is helping Tallinn lay the foundation for programs that aid troubled children.While still maintaining a strong heritage, Tallinn is quickly grasping the finest traits of the Western world and making them its own. This would not be possible without the help of expatriates living in the city and environs and bringing with them methods and creativity that provide the Estonians with a foundation to build on. And building is just what Estonians are doing. Despite the current economic crisis in Russia, and a battered Estonian stock market, Tallinn...
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