A Helsinki political reporter predicts what the Finland’s new government coalition may or may not accomplish.
In the 2015 Finnish parliamentary election, the Centre and the Greens bounced back. So did guesses about the next coalition.
A political reporter provides an accessible explanation of the trends in the 2015 Finnish parliamentary election.
The results of the European Parliament elections show that seven different Finnish parties are sending reps to Strasbourg.
Big names in peace mediation gather in Helsinki to discuss how to achieve progress in Yemen, Myanmar, Syria and Ukraine.
Hackathons, citizens’ initiatives and more: An anything-is-possible atmosphere ruled at Helsinki’s Open Knowledge Fest.
After Sauli Niinistö’s resounding win in the Finnish presidential elections, what does the future hold?
Finland finds itself at a critical juncture, says Risto E.J. Penttilä, CEO of the Central Chamber of Commerce.
Former Finnish President Martti Ahtisaari won the 2008 Nobel Peace Prize for his brilliant career as a negotiator and diplomat.
Finland has gone from forestry-based to technology-based economy, and is now undergoing a further transition to service-dominated society.
We follow one set of parents to see what life is like with young children in Finland.
Universal suffrage has been Finnish law since 1906, when Finland became the first European country to recognise women's right to vote.