VIDEO: Russians feel euphoric, say polls ({{commentsTotal}})

ERR's correspondent in Moscow, Neeme Raud, reports that according to the latest polls, the support for Russian president Vladimir Putin has reached 100 percent. The feelings are euphoric, the majority of the Russians find that things are very much as they should be.

A Russian sociologist has, nevertheless, warned that if the current euphoria should disappear, the disappointment may hit hard and there is a distinct chance for domestic unrest.

Kallas, Kasemets, Maasikas: EU is strong, no upside to losing the euro

Speaking on Vikerraadio's "Reporteritund" ahead of the 60th anniversary of the Treaty of Rome, Siim Kallas, Keit Kasemets and Matti Maasikas agreed that despite its prblems, the EU remained strong as a union.

Opinion digest: How can Estonia shed its reputation as a frontline state?

In a recent opinion piece in Postimees, Propastop, a blog maintained by Estonian Defence Forces volunteers, listed suggestions on how Estonia could shed its international reputation as a frontline state.