In the heart of Tallinn, a new exhibition titled "Moment" has sparked a heated debate amongst the public and experts alike. Unveiled on February 19, 2024, in the districts of Õismäe, Mustamäe, and Lasnamäe, billboards now display four views of a devastated urban landscape. The creators of the
Economic Minister Wants to Activate the Migration Pump Economic and Information Technology Minister Tiit Riisalo (Eesti200) has come forward with another sharp proposal to multiply the immigration quota, arguing that Estonia desperately needs labor. Since 1990, a Supreme Council decision has set the quota for long-term work permit-based immigration at
In the verdant heart of Latvia's Vidzeme region, the Salaca River courses through the landscape with a presence as tranquil as it is potent. Salaca's unspoiled waters, which spring forth from Lake Burtnieks and journey to the Gulf of Riga, cradle the Livonia EcoVillage—an enclave
In the shadow of an ever-looming threat from the East, the Baltic nations—Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania—find themselves at the forefront of a logistical conundrum that could determine the outcome of potential conflicts in the region. The strategic importance of logistics in military operations is a timeless truth, emphasized
In the lush heartlands of Latvia, on the historical grounds that once thrummed with the legacy of ancient Livonia, a revolutionary development project is taking shape. The Livonia EcoVillage, a visionary initiative, is weaving together the threads of art, sustainability, and innovation to create a tapestry of living that’s
In a twist of fate that reads more like the plot of a globe-trotting adventure novel, Steven Alber, a 64-year-old Estonian expatriate with a backstory as rich as the tapestries of Setomaa, has embarked on a quest to fuse the soul of Estonian heritage with the heartbeat of modern fashion.
The teachers' strike has now concluded for the time being. One could pretend it ended in victory for the educators, but in reality, Kaja Kallas scored yet another point, reaffirming the transformation of Estonian politics into farce. The €17 pay raise achieved by the teachers, who had started the