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Russia, Baltic and Arctic on the table at Pentagon talks

Finland's Minister of Defence Antti Kaikkonen (Centre) has been in Washington DC this week, in a trip that culminated in a trilateral meeting between Finland,...

Danish minister: ‘we’d send military help if Russia attacked Finland’

Denmark's Minister of Defence Trine Bramsen says her country would provide military help to Finland and Sweden if either country was attacked by Russia -...

Finland seeks final bids for fighter jet purchase

Finland has sent out letters to five international companies inviting them to officially bid to provide the successor aircraft to the Hornet. The Finnish Defence...

EU Defence and Foreign Ministers hold back-to-back Helsinki meetings

It's the sort of logistics ballet the Finnish civil service prides itself on being able to handle with aplomb. From Wednesday evening to Friday afternoon...

Foreign Ministry: GPS jamming signal “came from Russia”

The Finnish Foreign Ministry has said that a GPS jamming signal that affected flights in Lapland, came from Russia. However, the ministry stops short of...

Sweden’s Right Wing: More Finland, Less NATO

Sweden votes on Sunday in an election that opinion polls and analysts alike predict could bring a generational shift in the country's political landscape. The...

Government Approves Ammunitions Sales To Estonia

The Finnish government has approved a deal to sell ammunition to Estonia. The 155mm field artillery has a value of €8.5 million, and will come...

NATO Gives Thumbs Up To Finland’s Fighter Purchase

NATO's Deputy Secretary General Camille Grand says that Finland's plans to buy new fighter aircraft is good for the security of Europe. According to Grand,...

Analysis: Finland Goes Missile Shopping

By Robin Häggblom In the shadow of the HX-fighter competition, the state of the ground based air defences in Finland has again appeared in the...

Poll: Majority of Finns Oppose NATO Membership

The majority of Finns are opposed to joining NATO. That's according to a new survey for national newspaper Helsingin Sanomat. Their survey was carried out at...