Following this week-end events concerning Greece, everything you need to know about how much we will pay when Greece leaves the eurozone. An excellent example of bad negotiation.
Will Finland continue to oppose last-minute compromise with Greece on Monday, when Russia announced it could help Greece?
Tomorrow Monday, the fate of the Euro may be in the hands of those like Finland, Spain and Portugal who have been hostile to any deal with Greece until now.
We know very little about the intentions of Sipilä’s government, and reactions in the international press are limited, with some worries in Germany, France and Sweden
Denis Pertsev is Ukrainian but he has lived in Finland since 2001, first as a student, then as a businessman. Besides chairing the Ukrainian Association in Finland for ten years now, he has also run as a candidate in local… Read More ›
Exclusive interview: Erkki Tuomioja, candidate for the Parliament and Minister of Foreign Affair , about social democracy, Russia, the EU and the elections
Erkki Tuomioja, Minister of Foreign Affairs and candidate for the coming elections presents for Finland Politics his views on Finland, Russia, the EU and the coming elections.
Interview: Ksenia Vakhrusheva, Russian activist, member of the Russian Democratic Party Yabloko, talks about Russia and the EU
Ksenia Vakhrusheva is a Russian opposition activist, former international officer in St.Petersbourg YABLOKO branch. Founded in the early 1990’s, the Russian United Democratic party YABLOKO stands for freedom and civil liberties in Russia, advocates for stronger cooperation with the West… Read More ›
Following the attacks in Paris and Copenhagen, this article stresses the need to address the Finnish situation, when more than 40 Finnish residents are fighting in Syria among terrorists groups of the ISIS.
Ukraine: a long and strange night for Putin, Hollande, Merkel and Poroshenko, and finally an interesting agreement
The agreement in Minsk provides the basis for a ceasefire, and a step forward for humanitarian and political developments. It shows that Merkel and Hollande are able to lead a stronger Europe and work with Putin, which is an asset for Europe’s future.
This article is a portrait of the representative of the Åland islands in the Finnish Parliament. It describes also her role in the implementation of the very specific status of the autonomous region. Ms Nauclér is also candidate for the 2015 parliamentary election.
The shock between Greece and Germany is going to lead soon to Greece leaving the Euro zone, and the EU is facing a possible end of the Euro.