In a post called “Greece and rest”, Timo Soini, leader of the True Finns, explains on his blog why he has accepted the last proposals on Greece, and comments about the True Finns’ situation after the last events
Alexander Stubb has had a bad month of July, with a number of negative media coverage following his handling of the Greek bailout, following a bad year since June 2014 But he is more the victim of the events and… Read More ›
Addressing the Greek crisis after the “no”: how to be fair with the Greeks, but also with the Finnish and the EU taxpayers?
Even if the referendum was an act of democracy, even if the EU has proven that it is not able to handle a crisis efficiently, even if we can have sympathy for the Greek citizens, there will not be a… Read More ›
It seems a common misconception among the Finns that the separation of Greece from the eurozone would solve its current problems, when in truth, an uncontrolled separation and the country’s insolvency would cause not just an even bigger humanitarian crisis in Greece but also deeply affect the economies of all EU countries.
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.
Interview: Jan von Gerich, Nordea chief strategist, about the situation of the Eurozone, the challenges for Finland’s government after the elections and the scenarios for the future
Jan von Gerich, Chief Strategist for the Nordea bank (Finland), gives his views on the Euro zone, the negotiations with Greece and the future prospects for the European and Finnish economies.
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.
This article, written by Thomas Piketty, French economist who works on wealth and income inequality, has been first published by the French newspaper Liberation. It has been translated, and reproduced here with his personal authorisation to Finland Politics. Thomas Piketty… Read More ›