Between Utopia and Disillusionment: A Narrative of the Political Transformation in Eastern Europe

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Appendix 4:
President Lennart Meri’s
Speeches Analysed in Chapter 6

1. Statement on Democratic Institutions, The Council of the Baltic Sea States, Copenhagen, 6 March 1992 (as Minister of Foreign Affairs).

2. Statement to the NATO Council, Brussels, 25 November 1992.

3. Presidential New Year’s Address to the Estonian People, Tallinn, 31 December 1992.

4. Speech at the Académie Diplomatique Internationale, Paris, 27 January 1993.

5. Speech in the Estonia Concert Hall, 24 February 1993 (national independence day).

6. Statement in the General Debate at the forty-eighth session of the United Nations General Assembly, New York, 30 September 1993.

7. New Year Message of the President of Estonia, 31 December 1994.

8. ‘Why Europe?’ Speech at the Bertelsmann Forum, 20 January 1996.

9. Speech, 78th Independence Day celebrations, Estonia Concert Hall, 24 February 1996.

10. New Year Wishes 1996/1997.

11. Dinner speech to the Conference ‘The Baltic States Integration into the European Union’, Tallinn, 9 June 1997.

12. ‘Estonia and the Integration of Europe’, Danish Foreign Policy Society, Copenhagen, 4 August 1997.

13. ‘Estonia and the Integration Process’, Paasikivi Seura (Finnish Society for Foreign Policy Issues), Helsinki, 3 September 1997.

14. Remarks at the Council of Europe Summit, 11 October 1997.

15. Message to the Union of Baltic Cities’ European Integration Conference, 17 November 1997.

16. Remarks for the European Institute at the Sheraton Luxury Collection, Washington D.C., 16 January 1998.

17. Speech at the Conference ‘750 Years of Lübeck Charter’, Tallinn, 16 May 1998.

18. ‘Estonia and Turkey: Face to Face across Europe’, address in the Bilkent University, Ankara, 16 October 1998.

19. Address on the Seminar ‘By the Will of Tacitus’, National Library, Tallinn, 12 November 1998.

20. Remarks on receiving the Prize for Freedom from the Liberal International, Brussels, 4 March, 1999.

Most of the speeches given after 1995 available at www.president.ee.

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