Toomas Hendrik Ilves, who served as Estonia's minister of foreign affairs for almost seven years, now works as an official observer to the European Parliament and an MP from the Moderates in Estonia's Parliament, remaining keen to EU dynamics and European politics. Aleksei Gunter interviewed him on the evening of Dec.12, the day crucial meetings in Brussels on the EU constitution began.Ilves was born in Stockholm in 1953 and grew up in the United States. He received his psychology degrees from Columbia and Pennsylvania universities, and from the late 1980s to the early 1990s he headed the E...
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