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Life in the Gray Zone: Understanding Statelessness in Estonia

By Hunter Smith TALLINN, Estonia – Konstantin Sviridovski is a man without a country. The 30-year-old was born and raised in Estonia, as were his parents and grandparents, but a tangled web of history, nationalism and government mandates has left him trapped in a legal gray zone. To underscore this reality, even his passport is […]

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Home Sweet e-Home

By Hunter Smith For the first time this year, more people voted electronically than in person in Estonia’s most recent parliamentary elections. Just over half of the 615,009 total votes cast were submitted using the country’s blockchain-enabled online voting system. It’s one example of how a tiny country of just 1.3 million people, situated along […]

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