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Estonians and Russians in Estonia: Is the Soviet Past Still Dominating the Present?

@inproceedings{Kirch2009EstoniansAR,
  title={Estonians and Russians in Estonia: Is the Soviet Past Still Dominating the Present?},
  author={A. Kirch and T. Tuisk},
  year={2009}
}
Given Estonia’s gaining EU membership in 2004 and joining the European single labour market and being within the Schengen treaty space, the assumption of our research was that historical context would hold reduced salience for the two main ethnic groups of Estonia, giving way to perceptions, expressions, and nuances of some more modern, common European identity. Such assumptions are foregrounded by a number of social, economic, and demographic shifts since having joined the EU. 
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