Many of you know I live in Estonia, there is something I wish to of how Estonia is viewed. Some, maybe most do not even know Estonia but it is easily found on google to know more of it. I see in the News how NATO, USA, Brittan and many other countries take sides so to say with countries with "Bulling" neighboring countries, like N. Korea/S. Korea for instance. But I think little is known, or maybe ignored by the world of the Bulling Russia does with Estonia. It seems each month Russia pushes the boundaries of what they can do to intimidate us. For instance and most recent, in August 2010 Russia fired missiles in the direction on Estonia that landed just to our border with no coordination or consent from Estonia. Then when the Eesti government takes a stand with Russia and NATO, Russia says our political leaders need to "grow up"? And nothing more is said by any other member of NATO. But this kind of thing happens almost monthly here and nothing is said or done to make Russia stop its intimidation strategy of making Estonia unstable. I do not know if you can imagine the feeling that any day your country could be invaded or bombed by its neighbor, a neighbor who hates you because of the past. To make some perspective for you in America, imagine living in Florida (if it were a country separate from the USA) and the rest of the USA sent its Navy off your shores, or flew 500 Jet fighters/bombers over your city or sent missiles at your border on a monthly basis with no warning or consent. Is it wrong that I feel Estonia is overlooked in this? Does Russia deserve so much respect from NATO that they should do as they please with not so much as a word said?