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Erik André Andersen. An Ethnic Perspective on Economic Reform: The Case of Estonia. Ashgate Publishing. 1999. 539pp.

David Arter. Parties and Democracy in the Post-Soviet Republics: The Case of Estonia. Dartmouth. 1996. 283pp.

Laura Assmuth; Aili Kelam (editors). The Baltic Sea Islands of Estonia: A Periphery in Transition. Estonian Academy Publishers. 2001. 143pp.

Helena Hannula; Slavo Radosevic; Nick von Tunzelmann (editors). Estonia, the New EU Economy: Building a Baltic Miracle?. Ashgate Publishing. 2006. 372pp.

Andres Kasekamp. The Radical Right in Interwar Estonia. Macmillan. 2000. 218pp.

Pål Kolstø. National Integration and Violent Conflict in Post-Soviet Societies: The Cases of Estonia and Moldova. Rowman & Littlefield. 2002. 301pp.

Mart Laar. Estonia: Little Country that Could. Centre for Research into Post-Communist Economies. 2002. 390pp.

Toivo Miljan. Historical Dictionary of Estonia. Scarecrow Press. 2004. 558pp.

Endel Nirk. Estonian Literature: Historical Survey with Biobibliographical Appendix. Perioodika. 1987. 414pp.

Emanuel Nodel. Estonia: Nation on the Anvil. New York: Bookman Associates. 1963. 207pp.

Aleksander Panksejev. The Estonian People in the Great Patriotic War. Perioodika. 1980. 150pp. Translation.

Tönu Parming; Elmar Järvesoo (editors). A Case Study of a Soviet Republic: The Estonian SSR. Westview Press. 1978. 432pp.

Villibald Raud. Estonia: A Reference Book. Nordic Press. 1953. 158pp.

Toivo U. Raun. Estonia and the Estonians. Hoover Institution Press. 1987. 313pp.

Sigrid Rausing. History, Memory, and Identity in Post-Soviet Estonia: The End of a Collective Farm. Oxford University Press. 2004. 176pp.

Chris Robinson. Estonian Animation: Between Genius and Utter Illiteracy. John Libbey. 2006. 212pp.

Jean-Jacques Subrenat (editor). Estonia: Identity and Independence. Rodopi. 2004. 310pp.

Rein Taagepera. Estonia: Return to Independence. Westview Press. 1992. 268pp.

Snezana Trifunovska. Minorities in Europe: Croatia, Estonia and Slovakia. Cambridge University Press. 1999. 230pp.

Evald Uustalu. The History of Estonian People. Boreas. 1952. 261pp.

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