Heikki Talvitie is a former under secretary of state with the Finnish Ministry of Foreign Affairs (1993-1996), a former ambassador of Finland to Yugoslavia (1984-1988), the Soviet Union (1988-1991), Russia (1992) and Sweden (1996-2002). He was co-chairman of the OSCE Minsk Conference (1995-1996) and special representative of the European Union to South Caucasus (2003-2006). In addition, he was counselor at the Finnish UN Mission in New York City from 1972 to 1976.

  •  November 21, 2022 
Barbara Woodward, António Guterres, Amina Mohammed, Anthony Blinken, and Linda Thomas-Greenfield
Globalization, with its pros and cons, is broken. The world is troubled by local and regional crises, and attempts to solve them are dividing countries, both small and large, in a way that prevents a common will from emerging to solve major global crises. Indeed, we are drifting toward a fatally dangerous situation where …

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