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Baltic Rim Economies
Pan-Eurooppa Instituutin julkaisema keskustelufoorumi Baltic Rim Economies (BRE) seuraa Itämeren alueen kehitystä. Julkaisussa keskusteluun osallistuvat korkean tason julkisen ja yksityisen sektorin päätöksentekijät, akateemisen maailman edustajat sekä useat muut asiantuntijat.

Uusin Baltic Rim Economies -numero ilmestyi 15.12.2017.

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Asiantuntija-artikkelit:

 

•Andrus Ansip: Going digital in the Baltic Sea Region
•Jari Leppä: Food production in Finland
•Jörgen Pettersson: From crisis to success, how Åland became the Islands of Peace
•Ville Itälä: Spending EU taxpayers´ money must bring better results
•Kari Häkämies: Doing great and enjoying it – sea, internationality and other success factors of Southwest Finland
•Kalev Kallo: Tallinn’s public transport is part of a greater plan
•Jarkko Virtanen: Major events are an opportunity for the city to profile itself
•Katharina Fegebank: Hamburg´s Baltic Sea Region strategy for science and research turns into practical cooperation through Baltic Science Network
•Erja Tikka: Finland´s new strategy for the Baltic Sea Region
•Dmitry Chuikov: Belarusian NPP – safe opportunity to increase energy security
•Maria Blässar: European defence cooperation and its relevance for Finland, Sweden and Estonia
•Ilkka Korkiamäki: Russia research at the national defence university
•Matti Sarasmaa: Border – a barrier between Kainuu region and the Republic of Karelia?
•Alexander Dynkin: Russia in a future world order
•Arūnas Augustinaitis: Lithuania on the road to a shifting economic identity
•Dovilė Budrytė: War memories and insecurities: the politics of memory in Lithuania
•Nadia Alexandrova-Arbatova: The Russia-EU crisis: lessons from the recent past
•Māris Andžāns & Uģis Romanovs: NATO Enhanced Forward Presence in Latvia – a historical moment but not yet the end of history
•Marko Lehti: Struggle over history: resilience as tolerance towards one’s own past
•Vadim Volovoj: Security of Lithuania in the context of its relations with Russia
•Irina Batorshina: Is it possible to reduce tension in the Baltic region?
•Boris Mints: Business trouble in Europe
•Ilkka Salonen: Contacts and contracts
•Anastasia Nevskaya: TNC’s from the Baltic Rim Economies lobbying in Russia under sanctions
•Marcin Kuzel: Business internationalisation: foreign direct investment by Polish companies
•Harri Kulmala: One Sea – glimpse of the European Future that we want
•Boris Frumkin: Agri-food complex of Russia: present and future
•Björn Fägersten: After Brexit we need a new security and solidarity pact
•Lars Fredrik Stöcker: Perceived economic exploitation and separatist regionalism in the EU: lessons from the Soviet collapse
•Olav S. Melin: Harder times for minorities
•Ronja Marjamaa: European Turku
•Mikko Ylikangas: The cooperation between the Academy of Finland and Russia
•Anna Grebenyuk: Evolution of STI priorities in Russia
•Tuomas Koivula: Top research in the Baltic Sea Region – spread the news!
•Kazimierz Musiał: Identifying potentials for scientific excellence in the Baltic Sea Region with reference to regional science and research collaboration
•Massimo Moraglio: The future of the Baltic region is water
•Larissa Riabova: Monotowns in the Russian Arctic: time to change the track
•Pavel Druzhinin: Karelia – realities and outlooks
•Toman Barsbai & Sebastian Braun: The EU needs to fundamentally reform its asylum system
•Aija Lulle: Evolving migrant identities: on Russian-speaking migrants from
Latvia in Europe
•Egidijus Barcevičius: Migration and the Lithuanian economy
•Rimantas Stašys & Gintautas Virketis: Making Lithuanian emergency medical service (EMS) system more urgent
•Kari Liuhto: Ten mysteries related to the contemporary Russian economy

 


 

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