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Vice Chair of Foreign Affairs Committee of Estonian Parliament. International relations. Global security. Russia. Baltic States. China. EU. NATO. e-Government.
Sindaco di Borgosesia (VC), Pro Sindaco di Varallo (VC). Deputato Lega Nord al Parlamento europeo. Membro Comm. Industria e Agricoltura e Delegazione UE-Russia.
RT @LauriMalksoo: What does it tell us about the constitutional and societal transition in Russia when in 2020 the historically foremost constitutional law journal of the country, Gosudarstvo i pravo (State and law) decides to put put back the Soviet badge of honour on its cover (left up)? https://t.co/7LQdhUarNW
RT @elisabethbraw: Gaslighting as geopolitics. It doesn't matter whether Flag of Russia sways the US vote this November. What matters is whether Americans think it did. Here's how to defeat election gaslighting: foreignpolicy.com/2020/09/25/rea… Thank you @markomihkelson, @paoloalli and @Jelennah169
RT @b_judah: Good to see Canada, like UK, is opposed to Russia rejoining the G7. Would have been much better for there to be a joint Can-UK statement. London and Ottawa on the same page a lot recently and can multiply their voices on Russia and China by defaulting to seeking joint statements.
RT @MarekMenkiszak: More and more Western analyzes suggest that Lukashenka wants to involve Russia in military support for his regime by simulating a crisis or armed provocation on the western borders. Although this is a scenario that cannot be ruled out, I still consider it unlikely because:
RT @adam_tooze: Whereas for China & Russia 1945 anchors a powerful patriotic myth, in West our references to 1945 are bloodless & stripped of acknowledgement of violence involved in allied victory. This is bad history more importantly It licenses ahistorical escapism. foreignpolicy.com/2020/05/07/wor… https://t.co/2GAqv6zrr0