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A list of Citizendium articles, and planned articles, about Latvia.
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  • Commonwealth of Independent States [r]: Regional organization, founded in 1991 by Belarus, Russia, and Ukraine, whose participating countries are former Soviet Republics. [e]
  • Communism [r]: A political ideology, and also a system of government, according to which the means of production (including all large business concerns) should be controlled by the government. [e]
  • Country [r]: Nation, state, region, or territory, or large tract of land distinguishable by features of topography, biology, or culture. [e]
  • Estonia [r]: Baltic republic (population c. 1.3 million; capital Tallinn) bordered by Latvia to the south and the Russian Federation to the east; it includes more than 1500 islands, and its people are more closely related to the Finns than those of the other Baltic states, Latvia and Lithuania. [e]
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  • Isabelle Y. Liberman [r]: (1921 - 1990) An American psychologist, born in Latvia, who was an expert on reading disabilities, including dyslexia. [e]
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  • Lithuania [r]: Former Soviet republic (population c. 3.6 million; capital Vilnius) bordered by Latvia, Belorussia, Poland and the Russian Federation, and with a short coastline on the Baltic Sea. [e]
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