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Topi Juga

Topi is a doctoral researcher in Political History at the University of Helsinki, where he studies Finland’s integration to the European Union. Topi’s doctoral monograph focuses on the post-Cold-War European integration and the forming of Finland’s EU policy in the country’s early membership years (1995–1999). Topi currently lives in Berlin, where he also writes articles as a freelance journalist focusing on Germany and the EU. Previously Topi has worked with EU affairs as a civil servant in the Prime Minister’s office of Finland, as an advisor to an MEP in the European Parliament as well as a journalist accredited in the Parliament of Finland. During his free time Topi enjoys playing tennis or football, reading and spending time with his friends and family.

Topi’s publications.