Tag Archives: Finland

After Italy: Experience Shows That Populists Can Get Real

Though the populists have triumphed in Italy, examples show that populists often abandon their most dangerous demands and their euro scepticism in the pursuit of power.

Read more »

It’s Memorial Day: Give Your Kid a Break

The SAT bores and tortures students – and has nothing to do with education.

Read more »

European Blame Games: A 20-Year Retrospective

What lessons can be drawn from a big crisis 20 years ago to help overcome the current malaise in Europe?

Read more »

The Tale of the Two Spains

The financial crisis has split Spain into two: a Spain that works and one that doesn’t.

Read more »

Eurobonds: The Solution to the Euro Crisis?

Would eurobonds create more problems than they would solve?

Read more »

The Elusive Quest for Energy Security

Why do the world’s countries need to take a global approach to securing future energy supplies?

Read more »

Euro Crisis: Economic Turmoil, Political Backlash

How is the global economic crisis generating a political backlash — even in the prosperous core of the eurozone?

Read more »

My Visit to Khanti-Mansiisk, Part I

Why is Khanti-Mansiisk the perfect meeting place for the EU-Russia talks?

Read more »