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Germany in Europe: the Reluctant Leader of EU Foreign Policy?

White Nights Workshop on 4 & 5 June 2015, The Finnish Institute of International Affairs, Helsinki.

Seminar and panel discussion, Friday 5.6.2015 at 09:00-11:00, Finnish Institute of International Affairs, Helsinki more…

Event Reports | July 16, 2015

Denmark after the elections:

Comment by Siegfried Matlok, former chief editor of the German newspaper "Der Nordschleswiger" in Denmark

After the Folketings-elections Denmark expects an exciting but difficult situation for the Parliament. more…

Country Reports | July 10, 2015

New government in Finland

Center Party, Conservatives and Right Populists form new government

The three strongest parties in the parliamentary elections on April 19th agreed on forming a coalition. The National Center Party (Keskusta), winner of the election, is going to rule together with the Party of the Fins (Perussuomalaiset) and the National Coalition Party (Kokoomus) for the next four years. That is what the parties agreed upon last week. more…

Katrin Ridder-Strolis, Stephan Rasche | Country Reports | June 30, 2015

National Center Party of Finland wins Parliamentary Elections of 2015

Alexander Stubb became Finland's prime minister less than a year ago, but failed to persuade the electorate to give him a full mandate. His party, the National Coaltion Party (Kokoomus), has lost 7 seats und is only the third strongest party. Winner of the election in Finland is the National Center Party (Keskusta) with its leading candidate Juha Sipilä. more…

Stephan Rasche, Katrin Ridder-Strolis | Country Reports | April 30, 2015

A Sustainable Arctic

Preconditions, Pitfalls and Potentials

The Konrad-Adenauer-Foundation held its third seminar on the Arctic, this time focusing on Arctic sustainability, in Bergen, Norway, 8-9 September 2014 more…

Event Reports | October 16, 2014