Political careers are becoming increasingly shorter and the revolving door between politics and the private sector spins ever faster. So is governance benefiting from ‘fresh ideas’? Or is the public in fact worse off in the long run?, asks Tomi Huhtanen.
One year after the Arab Spring, Europe's obligation is to promote dialogue in order to affirm its core values and assist those countries' struggle for democratisation, writes Tomi Huhtanen from the Centre for European Studies.
The current debt crisis, of which Greece serves as the most critical example, shows that the risks associated with debt accumulation have been vastly underestimated, writes Tomi Huhtanen, director of the Centre for European Studies.