Jüri Estam is a journalist and consultant who lives in Estonia. Jüri Estam was born in post-war Europe into a family of Estonian refugees who were driven out of their home country in 1944 by the Red Army. Raised and educated in the United States, Estam served in US Army Special Forces and worked later at the Estonian Service of American-funded Radio Free Europe, covering current affairs for listeners in Soviet-annexed Estonia who – for a half a century – enjoyed little other access to Western media. After having hosted a prime time current events show at Estonian National Television, he now works as a communications consultant in Estonia - a country that managed to regain its independence in 1991, thanks in no small part to the way that the US played its hand after World War II.
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