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A different Europe…

I have spent quite some time recently working on a textbook on European Integration history in Finnish. It should come up in 2014, with an historical presentation (me) and a part on European institutions by a colleague of mine (Kimmo … Continue reading

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Stephen Waltz’s blog…

I hadn’t look for a while into Stephen M. Waltz’ blog at Foreign Policy. I had a look today, and found some interesting stuff. This post, for example. Waltz makes a case for regional cooperation between countries surrounding China and … Continue reading

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Plus ca change…

…plus c’est pareil. This one is really just a blurb. Due to its moving to new premises, the Main Library of my university gets rid of old foreign-language reviews and publications. I was there to get my share of the … Continue reading

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Deciphering France…

As was the case in 2007 for the previous French presidential elections, the Finnish media has been interested in France this spring. Interest was even stronger than in 2007: a new French president, Francois Hollande, arrived from the Socialist Left … Continue reading

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Why a blog?

This blog is meant as a scientific travel log. It will document my progression as a researcher, present musings and ideas, explore readings and documents, and expose reflections on the nature of the historian’s work. The continent I will chart … Continue reading

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