Revisiting the Estonian Cyberattacks
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Revisiting the Estonian Cyber Attacks Digital Threats and Multinational Responses on JSTOR
Stephen Herzog, Revisiting the Estonian Cyber Attacks, Journal of Strategic Security, Vol. 4, No. 2, Strategic Security in the Cyber Age (Summer 2011), pp. 49-60
Russia to Estonia: Don't move our statue
TALLINN (Reuters) - Gazing solemnly on a small park in the Estonian capital, a bronze soldier in Soviet Army uniform, head uncovered and rifle slung on his back with barrel pointing to the ground, stands at ease.
Monument Dispute Gets Dirty
Estonia has suggested that the Kremlin and its security services were behind the two days of violent protests by local Russian youths in Estonia. At a press conference in Moscow on May 2, Estonian Ambassador to Russia Marina Kaljurand said that she believed that both protests in Tallinn and Moscow were directed by the Kremlin.