Estonia Using Joint Ventures, Alliances To Rebuild Forces

In the 20 years since Estonia gained independence from the then-Soviet Union, the tiny Baltic nation has been slowly rebuilding its security infrastructure from the ashes left by over five decades of foreign occupation. Nine years after joining NATO in March 2004—a move that was followed two months...

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