Sometimes agnosticism is so…appropriate:
The main lesson I take from all this is the need to avoid easy generalizations that do not respect country peculiarities. Fiscal austerity missionaries are surely off base when they say Latvia’s experience decisively proves Keynesians and advocates of currency depreciation wrong. It is too early to judge the Latvian experience a success. But it is also too early to say Latvia has been a failure. Growth may continue, in which case the country will look better and better.
The full post is here, and it is full of interesting detail.