Bordered by Latvia and Russia, with coastlines on both the Gulf of Finland the Baltic Sea, Estonia has one of the smallest populations of any European Union Country. After independence from the USSR in 1991, Estonia has made major advances towards a fully functional parliamentary democracy with significant achievements in economic, political and social development. Concerns still remain, however, on issues such as police conduct, the right to a speedy trial, achieving gender equality, child abuse and human trafficking.

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133980070Population25000013.061650992685Population under 1599378551.921891327064Number of internet users
33 Human development index117 Happy planet ranking

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