Finnish Institute of International Affairs (FIIA)

Finnish Journal of Foreign Affairs
The latest issue of Finnish Journal of Foreign Affairs (Ulkopolitiikka-lehti) was published in early June. It takes a look at the ecological boundaries of our planet and looks for possible plan B’s in the fight against climate change: what ought to be done if greenhouse gas emission reductions fail? The journal also introduces the Swedish statistics wizard Hans Rosling, and visits Iceland to see how the island state is making its way up after the financial crash.

All FIIA publications can be downloaded from the institute’s website. The most recent FIIA publications include:

  • FIIA Working Papers 74-75

Marlene Gottwald,Humanizing security? The EU’s responsibility to protect in the Libyan crisis,

  • FIIA Briefing Papers 103-110

Timo Korkeamäki, The corporate benefits of the euro: Finnish companies cannot live without a common currency

Teija Tiilikainen,On the road to a true Economic and Monetary Union? The challenges of fiscal federalism and democratic legitimacy

Stefan Meister, An alienated partnership: German-Russian relations after Putin’s return

Juha Jokela & Kaisa Korhonen, A Eurosceptic big bang: Finland’s EU policy in hindsight of the 2011 elections

Hanna Ojanen & Barbara Zanchetta,Turkey and the Iranian nuclear programme: Key to progress in regional disarmament?

Marikki Stocchetti, Ripe and ready for Rio+20? The UN conference on sustainable development and the European Union

Antto Vihma & Harro van Asselt, Great expectations: Understanding why the UN climate talks seem to fail

Kristi Raik, A rocky road towards Europe: The prospects for the EU’s Eastern Partnership Association Agreements