The Ministry of Defense wants a new center to coordinate Baltic deployments.
Poland's defense minister has confirmed discussions with NATO's Secretary General.
It was the first time British fighter jets have responded since the Typhoons were deployed in late April.
Maardu marked May 9 with a ceremony honouring Soviet troops.
Alexei Pushkov had some harsh words for the new NATO U.S. European commander, Curtis Scaparrotti.
Saber Strike 16 will be one of the final tests before a NATO summit in July.
The pipeline will provide almost all the gas requirements of the region's EU states
Transferwise is a peer-to-peer foreign exchange company eyeing up a bigger chunk of the market.
Leading western venture capitalists, including Richard Branson, are investing heavily in Estonian startups.
The study casts doubt on the theory that welfare states encourage a culture of 'scrounging'.
The incident took place yesterday near Baltic allied airspace.
The interception by NATO's Baltic Forces is the biggest one by the unit in 2015.
Officials in the Baltics are calling for higher NATO vigilance as Russia steps up drills.
Several members of the Lithuanian armed forces that worked at a sensitive NATO base have been detained
Former CAPO agent Uno Puusepp has been unveiled as a double agent for Russia's FSB
Tensions were already high between Latvia and its neighbor Russia; now the Latvian foreign minister has come out as gay.
The tiny nation with a 'government start-up' mentality will be the first to offer e-residency in a bid to raise its profile and attract foreign investment
Obama urged diplomacy but said NATO and the U.S. would stand with Estonia against any possible Russian aggression