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Tuhansia merkkejä politiikasta II – Ajankohtaiskommentaarien kronikka 2013-2015

Editor: Fredrik Bäck Nb of pages: 150 Tuhansia merkkejä politiikasta II – Ajankohtaiskommentaarien kronikka 2013-2015 This book is a collection of blog posts and other texts produced by the director of Kalevi Sorsa Foundation Mikko Majander. The texts are written from the beginning of year 2013 until the end of 2015. Topics of the texts...

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Outward to the World: How the left’s foreign policy can face the future

Editor: Ed Wallis Nb of pages: 108 Outward to the World maps out a practical but progressive British foreign policy from first principles, developing the building blocks of a practical idealism: a new account of globalisation, a reinvention of the European security order, a political vision for de-escalation in the Middle East, a different account...

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Réflexions inquiètes sur la gauche, la droite et la démocratie

Concerned about the state of democracy and rising populism? Wondering what remains of the divide between left and right? Longing for a less superficial political debate? Gilles Finchelstein, general director of the Jean Jaurès Foundation, shares his reflections on democracy in his latestessay, Piège d’identité (Fayard), an attempt to make sense of the political stage ahead of the French elections....

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Education and Lifelong Learning Watch 2015 (General Report)

Editor: Conny Reuter This report presents the main findings and general recommendations of the 2015 SOLIDARFoundation Education and Lifelong Learning Watch. Based on an extensive consultation with SOLIDAR Foundation members and partners, this initiative evaluates progress towards the achievement of the educational objectives of the Europe 2020 strategy and Education and Training 2020 strategic framework for member states....

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The EU, the US and the international strategic dimension of Sub-Saharan Africa: Peace, security and development in the Horn of Africa

The strategic significance of sub-Saharan Africa has increased considerably in recent decades, with various international actors establishing diversified yet increasingly important levels of engagement in the region. Countries such as Brazil, China, the Gulf states and Turkey have a significant presence in Africa, and some of them have well-established historical ties to the region as...

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“Income inequality and wealth concentration in the recent crisis”, Development and Change, 2017, 48(1): 3-27.

This article shows that the increase of income inequality and global wealth concentration was an important driver for the financial and Eurozone crisis. The high levels of income inequality resulted in balance of payment imbalances and growing debt levels. Rising wealth concentration contributed to the crisis because the increasing asset demand from the rich played...

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