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2018 / 01 / 29 _ Presidential elections in Finland 2018 – about the parliamentarization of the Finnish democracy
Our editor Prof. Dr. Sven Jochem explains the course of events and the results of a reserved election campaign and calls it a depoliticisation of the presidential office.
2017 / 12 / 18 _ New article by our editor Prof. Dr. Bernd Henningsen on the Baltic Sea Region
Note on our own behalf: Our editor Bernd Henningsen has published a new article in the recently released anthology "Mecklenburg-Vorpommern 2016 und der Ostseeraum". For all interested parties, this (and other) contributions can be found here:
Der Ostseeraum: Zur Konstruktion und Dekonstruktion einer “Modellregion”. In: Werz, Nikolaus, Martin Koschkar, Jan Müller (Hgg.): Mecklenburg-Vorpommern 2016 und der Ostseeraum. Rostock: Universität Rostock 2017. p. 7-21.
Have fun reading it!
2017 / 10 / 16 _ NEW BLOG ENTRY:Hygge revisited
After a seminar on happiness in the Nordic Embassies, our editor Prof. em. Dr. Bernd Henningsen once again comments on the continuing enthusiasm generated by the now world-famous concept of hygge from Denmark.
2017 / 10 / 16 _ New publication out now: Bernd Henningsen, Tobias Etzold, and Krister Hanne (eds.): "The Baltic Sea Region. A Comprehensive Guide. History, Politics, Culture and Economy of a European Role Model." (BWV)
The Baltic Sea Region, at the crossroads between East and West, North and South, has long been marked by cultural, ethnical and ideological borders. Overcoming a history of conflict and separation, since the end of the Cold War the countries surrounding the Baltic Sea established widely valued formats of regional cooperation based on shared challenges and opportunities. In comparison with larger regions, however, the Baltic Sea Area is still a blank spot on the global map. This volume’s intention is to fill this spot with colour and facts. It provides students, young researchers and other interested parties with basic knowledge of the region. The volume offers a comprehensive introduction into its history, politics, economy and culture, taking into account the various countries’ commonalities and differences. By introducing concepts of regionalism and region-building, as well as analysing the structures of regional cooperation the authors and editors demonstrate the Baltic Sea Area’s model function as a European macro-region.
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