Toomas Hendrik Ilves
Toomas Hendrik Ilves is not one to be messed with.
Krugman's 67-word entry, entitled "Estonian Rhapsody," questioned the merits of using Estonia as a "poster child for austerity
A friend of mine in the United States recently got shot. Now the media says he's a hero. Hero or unfortunate son of a bitch? In America, it's a fine line that separates them.
Estonians can put ten million euros behind saying "Welcome" if they want. But I favor crafting a story worthy of Hemingway. The West will swallow it whole.