National security experts believe it could be a gut punch to U.S. diplomatic and security interests in a part of the world that’s been a sore spot for the president: Europe.
They’re outrageous, racist, and misogynist, leading the press around by the nose. And while they say they hate ethnic Russians, they’re part of a Europe-wide Putin-loving movement.
‘November,’ an Estonian fairy tale directed by Rainer Sarnet, is a stunningly bizarre film packed with ghosts, witches, werewolves, stigmata, the Devil, and so much more.
Instead of thanking the members of NATO for answering our call and sending their troops to Afghanistan after 9/11, Trump decided to talk about the money they owed.
Estonia and its Baltic neighbors are putting their trust in Trump—or rather, in Pence, Mattis, and McMaster. “At least he’ll have adult supervision,” one diplomat says.
Every year the Estonians come out with an unvarnished and all too accurate assessment of Russian skullduggery. The latest is very interesting indeed.
Estonia’s president and Lithuania’s foreign minister talk to The Daily Beast about the menace Moscow poses to them, Europe, and the United States.