The results of the European Parliament elections show that seven different Finnish parties are sending reps to Strasbourg.
Top-rate candidates are running for European Parliament in Finland, attracting attention and heating up the race.
Our expert analyses the election results – not the US vote, but the Finnish municipal elections held the previous week.
The October 2012 Finnish local elections held a few surprises, but none of the drama of the 2011 parliamentary elections.
Finland is organising a side event in Rio spotlighting the importance of a collaborative approach to water issues.
After Sauli Niinistö’s resounding win in the Finnish presidential elections, what does the future hold?
Sauli Niinistö carries 62.6 percent of the vote in presidential elections that are unsurprising yet groundbreaking.
Pekka Haavisto of the Green Party rides a wave into round two of the presidential election and faces Sauli Niinistö.
The first annual national Ahtisaari Day highlights Finland’s role in international peace mediation.
The six-party coalition, led by Jyrki Katainen, Chairman of the centre-right National Coalition Party, includes parliamentarians from the far left and right of Finland’s political spectrum.
What on earth is happening in Finland?, asks Kyösti Karvonen, and puts the “True Finns” party’s election gain in context.
Globalisation and modern politics are making a mark on democratic debate in Finland, writes professor Vilho Harle.
As the "True Finns" party suddenly becomes a political force to reckon with, Kyösti Karvonen of the newspaper Kaleva writes that while the party's rise has been spectacular, its past is littered with equally spectacular falls.
Former Finnish President Martti Ahtisaari won the 2008 Nobel Peace Prize for his brilliant career as a negotiator and diplomat.
With the Cold War over, most Western countries scaled down academic research on Russia – but Finland did not.
The Finns hold a unique position between East and West, and are also active in EU and global matters.
Universal suffrage has been Finnish law since 1906, when Finland became the first European country to recognise women's right to vote.
More than 100 years ago, the Finnish Parliament became the first in the world to allow women to run for office.