Aside from the creepy campaign posters of Edgar Savisaar's eyes plastered all over Tallinn, there is little indication that Estonia is but three days away from parliamentary elections. With no new faces and few engaging personalities, this year's election campaign has been as sleepy and lackluster as any since the restoration of independence. Some have concluded this is a positive sign: Estonia is stable and requires no major reforms. But this is a dangerous conclusion. Most conspicuous in this election campaign has been the lack of new ideas, an affliction in any society, let alone one int...
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