The defense and security policy debate in Finland is very similar to the one in Sweden. But one thing sets them apart: Finland has investigated the consequences of NATO membership. What can Sweden learn from this?
In the report Everybody talks about NATO, still nothing happens Charly Salonius-Pasternak, security policy analyst at the Finnish Institute of International Affairs, gives an overview of the Finnish public opinion about NATO. Will the Finnish opinion on NATO change, and if so, to what?