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Harri Ohra-aho May 18
Media literacy across Europe ranked first out of 35 countries in a study measuring resilience to the post-truth phenomenon
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Ian Bond May 18
Def Min Juri Luik on decision to readmit to full participation: “A couple of years of Russia not invading anyone, and we’re so delighted we have to reward them”.
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Ian Bond May 19
Leaving after great conference. Main takeaways: liberal democracy under threat from inside; and its external adversaries are happy to exploit situational allies among the naive, greedy or ideological internal enemies.
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sven sakkov May 17
2 Defence Ministers, 2 Presidents, 3 women, 4 Europeans at the first panel of this year’s
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Ben Bathke #GENSummit May 17
" is military-wise so noisy, we tend to focus on it," 🇩🇪's defense minister Ursula von der Leyen says. We should also discuss challenges concerning 🇨🇳, for it "comes in silently... with infrastructure projects that bring along dependency"
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Agnia Grigas May 19
I believe in dialogue with Russia (as I have demonstrated) but not in bringing Russia back to partnerships and the table after it had broken international law and its own promises. —paraphrased President of Estonia ⁦
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Carl Bildt May 18
It was very good to have also North Macedonia FM at here in Tallinn. The stability and European integration of the Western Balkans must be a concern of all of Europe.
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Justyna Gotkowska May 18
THIS! Jüri Luik: I am shocked by the Council of Europe‘s decision on Russia acquiring full rights in CoE. I am expecting that the issue of lifting EU santcions on Russia will come soon. We are making same mistakes as we did after Russian-Georgian war
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Janis Mazeiks May 19
At the Thomas Bagger of 🇩🇪 President’s Office says that getting 🇷🇺 back in the Council of Europe is not the first step to relaxing sanctions on Russia. Let’s hope this tweet ages well.
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Marcus Kolga May 18
Great to be back at - good to hear sanctions recognized as a critically important foreign policy and security tool and should be expanded.
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C. Stelzenmüller May 18
Bone-dry retort to Hungarian speaker by : don’t think Jesus would have talked about migration in this way. Warm applause from audience
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Tom Nuttall May 18
US assistant treasury secretary Marshall Billingslea just told that Brexit creates useful opportunity for US and UK finally to harmonise sanctions regimes, because EU is too sluggish.
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Mariana Betsa May 19
- Former President - the vote to bring Russia back to the Council of Europe is the death of the organization as the human rights body. What’s the point of CoE now?
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Carl Bildt May 17
Powerful speech at by Estonia President on why we need a stronger Europe in this more difficult world. A fractured Europe is a more dangerous Europe.
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Päivi Tampere May 19
”In China academics say Xi Jinping miscalculated by disclosibg his plan too early”
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Marcus Kolga May 19
Decision of to welcome Russia back demonstrates a fundamental failure of the Council of Europe and other countries should consider leaving says . Indeed it is a gross betrayal of European and western values.
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Ian Bond May 19
Thomas Bagger says we have to be less concerned with defending democracy as it is, when the world is changing fast: “we can’t just think about the future of democracy, but also the democracy of the future”.
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Carl Bildt May 18
“We always ask ourselves what Lennart would have said”, said DefMin Jüri Luik in his Lennart Meri lecture. He didn’t say what he believed Lennart would have said of the present coalition in Estonia.
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Miroslav Lajčák May 18
“Europe is going through a crisis of confidence at the moment. And I would be cautious about labeling too much. We may alienate our people even more.” - at on the siren calls of populism
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Kadri Liik May 17
All you who know ⁦⁩ as a foremost scholar in her field - you may have forgotten that she is in fact a fairly young person - and here she is speaking at young generation’s panel at . “The future is in our hands” - Ulrike’s are good hands!
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