Dhara Ranasinghe, special to CNBC.com 23 Jan 2015
Russia's involvement in the crisis in Ukraine and the retaliatory sanctions imposed by the West have dominated the headlines over the past year. They have also given some of Russia's neighbors cause for concern.
Russia annexed the Crimea region of Ukraine in March last year and has supported rebels in East Ukraine, triggering sanctions from the European Union and the U.S.
Its actions have also unnerved some of its neighbors that spent a number of decades under Soviet occupation.
//It is "inconceivable" that Russia's incursions into Ukraine will be repeated in Estonia, the country's President Toomas Hendrik Ilves told CNBC Friday.//
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