heikki PATOMÄKI

Heikki Patomäki: List of Publications


A. Single- and co-authored monographs

1.  Maailmamme rajat. Rakentava katsaus maailmanpolitiikan kriittisten teorioiden mahdollisuuksiin, [Border-Lines of Our World. A Constructive Review of Critical Theoretical Research of World Politics], Rauhantutkimusyhdistys: Tampere, 1992, 174 p.

2.  Critical Realism and World Politics. An Explication of a Critical Theoretical and Possibilistic Methodology for the Study of World Politics, Studies on Political Science No 12, Department of Political Science, University of Turku, 1992, 401 p.

3.  Maailmanpolitiikan moraali [Morality in World Politics], with E.Lagerspetz and J.Räikkä, Edita: Helsinki, 1996, 116 p.

4.  Vain kauppakumppaneita? EU, Venäjä ja EU:n ulkosuhteiden rakenteistuminen, [Only Trading Partners? EU, Russia and the Structuration of the External relations of the EU], UPI (Haasteita 11): Helsinki, 1996, 121 p.

5.  Yhdentymisen politiikkaa: Suomi ja Emu globaalissa poliittisessa taloudessa [Politics of Unification: Finland and EMU in the Global Political Economy], with P.Minkkinen, Like: Helsinki, 1997, 197 p.

6.  Democratising Globalisation. The Leverage of the Tobin Tax, Zed Books: London and New York, 2001, xxiii + 260 p. An early version of the manuscript, containing roughly the chapters 4-7, was published in Finnish in 1999 as Tobinin vero ja sen toteutus. Kohti oikeudenmukaisempaa ja demokraattisempaa globaalia taloutta [The Tobin Tax and How to Make It Real. Towards a More Just and Democratic Global Economy], Like: Helsinki, 198 p. Ch 4 has been republished as “The Case for the Tobin Tax and Global Re-Regulation”, in Part Four: International Political Economy in The New Millennium: Emerging Issues and Theories of the 5-vol series International Political Economy (SAGE Library of International Relations), ed. by A.Cameron , R.Palan & A.Nesvetailova, Sage: London, 2008.

7.  After International Relations. Critical Realism and the (Re)Construction of World Politics, Routledge: London and New York, 2002, xii + 267 p.

8.  A Possible World: Democratic Transformation of Global Institutions, with T.Teivainen, Zed Books: London and New York, 2004, 242 p. The Finnish version, published in 2003 as Globaali demokratia, Gaudeamus: Helsinki, 263 p, is an amended translation of an early working paper version Global Democracy Initiatives: The Art of Possible, NIGD Working Paper 2/2002: Helsinki & Nottingham, 222 p. Full translations available in Arabic Ālam āḫir mumkin : al-taḥawwul al-dīmuqrāṭī lil-mu'assasāt al-‘ālamīya, Al-Markaz al-Qaumī: Cairo, 2008, and Spanish Democracia Global, Universidad Nacional Mayor de San Marcos: Lima, 2008. Moreover, the third part is available in Swedish as ”Ett utkast till strategier för global demokratisering” [An Outline of Strategies for Global Democratization] , in Fronesis, no:16-17, 2004, pp.41-59; and has also been re-published in English in N.Yeates & C.Holder (eds.): The Global Social Policy Reader, Policy Press: Bristol, 2009, pp.387-404.

9.  Yliopisto Oyj. Tulosjohtamisen ongelmat – ja vaihtoehto [University Inc. The Problems of the ‘New Public Management’ – And an Alternative], Gaudeamus: Helsinki, May 2005, 191 p.

10. Uusliberalismi Suomessa. Lyhyt historia ja tulevaisuuden vaihtoehdot[Neoliberalism in Finland. A Brief History and Future Alternatives], WSOY: Helsinki, 2007, 282 p.

11. The Political Economy of Global Security. War, Future Crises and Changes in Global Governance, Routledge: London and New York, 2008, 292 p.

12. The Great Eurozone Disaster: From Crisis to Global New Deal (Economic Controversies). Zed Books: London & New York, 2013, 274 p.; an earlier version was published in Finnish in February 2012 as Eurokriisin anatomia. Mitä globalisation jälkeen? [The Anatomy of the Eurocrisis: What Will Come After Globalisation?], Into: Helsinki, 222 p.; a Greek edition was published by Metaixmio in Athens in May 2013; and a new expanded and slightly revised paperback edition in Finnish in October 2013, 247 p.

13. Tulevaisuuden politiikkaa [Future Politics], Into: Helsinki, 2013, 186 p.

14. Suomen talouspolitiikan tulevaisuus: teoriasta käytäntöön [The Future of Finnish Economic Policy: From Theory to Practice], Into: Helsinki, 2015, 281 p.

15. Unprincipled Economics. From Marshall to the Crisis of Separation of Time and Theory in Modern Economics, with J.Morgan, Routledge: London and New York, forthcoming in late 2016.

 

B. Edited volumes and special issues

15. Facing the Change in Europe. EFTA Countries' Integration Strategies, co-edited with K.Möttölä, UPI/FI­IA: Helsinki, 1989, 118 p.

16. ”Suvereeni vapaus ja välttämättömyys”, [Sovereign Freedom and Necessity], special issue of Rauhantutkimus, edited, (7):1, 1991.

17. ”Fukuyama ja historianfilofiat”, [Fukuyama and Philosophies of History], special issue of Rauhantutkimus, edited with A.M.Ahonen, (8):4, 1992.

18. Peaceful Changes in World Politics, edited, Tapri: Tampere, 1995, 430 p.

19. The Politics of the Economic and Monetary Union, co-edited with P.Minkkinen, Kluwer: Dordrecht, 1997, 250 p.

20. Democracy, Economy and Civil Society in Transition. The Cases of Russia and the Baltic States, co-edited with R.Hjerppe, T.Kanninen & K.Sehm, UPI & Stakes: Helsinki, 1997, 148 p.

21. Politics of Civil Society: A Global Perspective on Democratization, edited, NIGD Working Paper 2/2000: Helsinki & Nottingham, ii + 153 p.

22. Special issue on “Cosmopolis”, co-edited with M.Featherstone, J.Tomlinson and V.Couze, Theory, Culture & Society, (19):1-2, 2002, 253 p. (partly based on a selection of papers from the NIGD & TCS -organised conference ‘Cosmopolis: Democratising Global Economy and Culture’, held in Helsinki, 2-4 June 2000).

23. Globalizing Finance and the New Global Economy. Vol.2 of Globalization and Economy, co-edited with P.James, Sage: London, 2007, 422 p.

24. Special issue on “World State Futures”, co-edited with Mathias Albert, Gorm Harste and Knud Erik Jørgensen, Cooperation & Conflict, (47):2, June 2012.



 

C. Refereed papers in international journals


25. ”Concepts of ’Action’, ’Structure’ and ’Power’ in ’Critical Social Realism’: A Positive and Reconstructive Critique”, Journal for the Theory of Social Behaviour, (21):2, 1991, pp.221-250.

26. ”From Normative Utopias to Political Dialectics: Beyond a Deconstruction of the Brown-Hoffman Debate”, Millennium: Journal of International Studies, (21):1, 1992, pp.53-75.

27. ”Scientific Realism, Human Emancipation and Non-Violent Political Action”, Gandhi Marg, (14):1, 1992, pp.30-51.

28. ”Emerging Late-Modern Reconstructivism”, Journal of Peace Research, (31):4, 1994, pp.451-459.

29. ”How to Tell Better Stories About World Politics”, European Journal of International Relations, (2):1, 1996, pp.105-133.

30. ”Good Governance of the World Economy?”, Alternatives, (24):1, 1999, pp.119-142.

31. “Western Models and the Russian Idea: Beyond Inside/Outside in the Discourses on Civil Society”, with C.Pursiainen, Millennium: Journal of International Studies, (28):1, 1999, pp.53-77.

32. ”After Post-Positivism? The Promises of Critical Realism”, with C.Wight, International Studies Quarterly, (44):2, 2000, pp.213-237.

33. “Beyond Nordic Nostalgia: Envisaging a Social/Democratic System of Global Governance”, Cooperation and Conflict, (35):2, 2000, pp.115-154.

34. ”The Tobin Tax: A New Phase in the Politics of Globalisation?”, Theory, Culture & Society, (17):4, 2000, pp.77-91.

35. ”The Challenge of Critical Theories: Peace Research at the Start of the New Century”, Journal of Peace Research, (38):6, 2001, pp.723-737.

36. ”Critical Responses to Neoliberal Globalisation in the Mercosur Region. Roads Towards Cosmopolitan Democracy?”, with T.Teivainen, Review of International Political Economy, (9):1, 2002, pp.37-71.

37. ”From East to West: Emergent Global Philosophies – Beginnings of the End of the Western Dominance?”, Theory, Culture & Society, (19):3, 2002, pp.89-111.

38. “Problems of Democratising Global Governance: Time, Space and the Emancipatory Process”, European Journal of International Relations, (9):3, 2003, pp.347–376.

39. ”The World Social Forum: An Open Space or a Movement of Movements?”, with T.Teivainen, Theory, Culture & Society, (21):6, 2004, pp.145-154.

40. “The Long Downward Wave of the World Economy and the Future of Global Conflict”, Globalizations, (2):1, 2005, pp.61-78.

41. “Realist Ontology for Futures Studies”, Journal of Critical Realism, (5):1, 2006, pp.1-31.

42. “Global Justice: A Democratic Perspective”, Globalizations, (3):2, 2006, pp.99-120 (Spanish translation was published in Papeles. De Cuestiones Internacionales, nº 98, 2007, pp.13-31).

43. “Problems of Global Democracy: A Dialogue”, with D.Held, Theory, Culture & Society, (23):5, 2006, pp.115-133. Spanish translation in Papeles. De Cuestiones Internacionales,  no:95, Otoño 2006, pp.89-109.

44. “Back to the Kantian Idea of ‘Universal History’? Overcoming Eurocentric Accounts of the International Problematic”, Millennium: Journal of International Studies, (34):3, 2007, pp.575-95.

45. “Rethinking Global Parliament: Beyond the Indeterminacy of International Law”, Widener Law Review, (13):2, 2007, pp.375-93.

46. How to Tell Better Stories about the History and Future of Global Political Economy”, Review of International Political Economy, (16):2, 2009, pp.309-320.

47. “Neoliberalism and the Global Financial Crisis”, New Political Science, (31):4, 2009, pp.431-442.

48. What Next? An Explanation of the 2008-9 Slump and Two Scenarios of the Shape of Things to Come”, Globalizations, (7):1, March-May 2010, pp.67-84.

49. “After Critical Realism? The Relevance of Contemporary Science”, Journal of Critical Realism, (9):1, 2010, pp.59-89.

50. “Social Imaginaries and Big History: Towards a New Planetary Consciousness?”, with M.B.Steger, Futures, (42):10, 2010, pp.1056–1063.

51. “Cosmological Sources of Critical Cosmopolitanism”, Review of International Studies, (36):S1, 2010, pp.181-200, doi: 10.1017/S0260210510001063.

52. “Towards Global Political Parties”, Ethics & Global Politics, (4): 2, 2011, pp. 81-102, available at http://www.ethicsandglobalpolitics.net/index.php/egp/article/view/7334.

53. “On the Complexities of Time and Temporality: Implications for World History and Global Futures”, Australian Journal of Politics and History, (57):3, 2011, pp.339-352.

54. Introduction: World State Futures”, with M.Albert, G.Harste, K.E.Jørgensen, Cooperation & Conflict, (47):2, 2012, pp.145-156.

55. “The Problems of Legitimation and Potential Conflicts in a World Political Community”, Cooperation & Conflict, (47):2, 2012, pp.239-59.

56. "On the Dialectics of Global Governance in the 21st Century: A Polanyian Double Movement?", Globalizations, 11:(5), 2014, pp.751–768.

57. "Absenting the Absence of Future Dangers and Structural Transformations in Securitization Theory", International Relations, (29):1, 2015, pp.128-136, doi:10.1177/0047117814526606.

58. "Praxis, Politics and the Future: A Dialectical Critical Realist Account of World-Historical Causation", Journal of International Relations and Development, accepted for publication in 2016.

 

D. Refereed papers in international anthologies

59. ”What Is It That Changed With the End of the Cold War? An Analysis of the Problem of Identifying and Explaining Change”, in P.Allan & K.Goldmann (eds.): The End of the Cold War. Evaluating Theories of International Relations, Martinus Nijhoff: Dordrecht, 1992, pp.179-225.

60. ”From Power-Balancing and Collective Security to a Pluralist Security Community in the Middle East”, in J.Calleja & H.Wiberg & S.Bussutti (eds.): The Search for Peace in the Mediterranean Region. Problems and Prospects, Mireva: Malta, 1994, pp.72-109.

61. ”Hayward Alker: An Exemplary Voyage from Quantitative Peace Research to Humanistic, Latemodern Globalism”, in I.B.Neumann & O.Wæver (eds): The Future of International Relations: Masters in the Making?,Routledge: London, 1997, pp.205-235.

62. ”Introduction: The Politics of Economic and Monetary Union”, pp.7-18; ”EMU and the Legitimation Problems of the European Union”, pp.164-206; and ”Conclusions: Dialectics of the Multi-faced EMU”, pp.232-241, in P.Minkkinen & H.Patomäki (eds.): The Politics of the European Monetary Union, Kluwer: Dordrecht, 1997.

63. “The Tobin Tax: A New Phase in the Politics of Globalisation”, a re-publication of [33], in H.Hakovirta (ed.): Globalism at the Crossroads. Wedges into Global Theory and Policy, Finnish Political Science Association: Helsinki, 2000, pp.166-184; also in R.Robertson & K.E.White (eds.): Globalization: Critical Concepts in Sociology. Vol.2, Routledge: London, 2003, pp.292-306; and in P.James and H.Patomäki (ed.): Globalizing Finance and the New Global Economy. Vol.6 of Central Currents in Globalization, Sage: London, 2007, pp.326-340. A translation of an earlier version published in Indonesian, as ”Pajak Tobin: Sebuah Fase Baru dalam Politik Globalisasi”, in Wacana, 1999, no.4, pp.96-116.

64. ”Republican Public Sphere and the Governance of Global Political Economy”, in M. Lensu & J-S. Fritz (eds): Value Pluralism, Normative Theory and International Relations, MacMillan: London, 2000, pp.160-195.

65. ”Kosovo and the End of the UN?”, in P.Van Ham & S.Medvedev (eds.): Mapping European Security After Kosovo, Manchester University Press: Manchester, 2002, pp.82-106.

66. ”A Critical Realist Approach to Global Political Economy”, in J.Cruickshank (ed.): Critical Realism: The Difference It Makes, Routledge: London, 2003, pp.197-220.

67. “Democratizing Global Governance: Beyond the Domestic Analogy”, an abridged and revised version of , in P.Müller and M.Lederer (eds.): Criticizing Global Governance, Palgrave: Houndmills, Basingstoke, 2005, pp.103-124.

68. “The Long Downward Wave of the World Economy and the Future of Global Conflict”, in B.K.Gills (ed.): The Global Politics of Globalization: ’Empire’ Vs ’Cosmopolis’, Routledge: London, 2007 (a reprint of ).

69. “Global Security: Learning from Possible Futures”, in H.G. Brauch, J. Grin, C. Mesjasz, P. Dunay, N.C. Behera, B.Chourou, U.O. Spring, P. H. Liotta, and P. Kameri-Mbote (eds.): Globalisation and Environmental Challenges: Reconceptualising Security in the 21st Century, Springer-Verlag: Berlin, Heidelberg, New York, Hong Kong, London, Milan, Paris and Tokyo, 2007, pp. 915-27.

70. “Researching Global Political Parties”, with T.Teivainen, pp.92-113; and “Conclusion: Beyond the Political Party/Civil Society Dichotomy”, with T.Teivainen, pp.151-8; in K.Sehm-Patomäki & M.Ulvila (eds.): Global Political Parties, Zed Books: London, 2007. Earlier versions with slightly different titles published in NIGD Working Paper 1/2006, Helsinki, pp.24-47 and pp.180-188. The main paper is also available in Spanish as “Partidos políticos mundiales”, in Papeles de Relaciones Ecosociales y Cambio Global, 102, 2008, pp.11-32

71.  “Globalizing Finance: A Critical Introduction”, in P. James and H.Patomäki (eds.): Globalizing Finance and the New Global Economy. Vol.6 of Central Currents in Globalization, Sage: London, 2007, pp.ix-xxxiii.

72. Global Justice: A Democratic Perspective”, in in B.K.Gills (ed.): Globalization and the Global Politics of Justice, Routledge: London, 2009, pp.5-26 (a reprint of ).

73. ”Realist Ontology for Futures Studies”, in W.Olsen (ed.): Realist Methodology. Volume 3: Realist Empirical Research, Sage: London, 2010 (a reprint of ).

74. “Exploring Possible, Likely and Desirable Global Futures: Beyond the Closed vs. Open Systems Dichotomy”, in J.Joseph & C.Wight (eds): Scientific Realism and International Relations, Palgrave: London, 2010, pp.147-166.

75. Democracry Promotion: Neoliberal vs. Social Democratic Telos”, in C.Hobson & M.Kurki (eds.): The Conceptual Politics of Democracy Promotion, Routledge: London, 2011, pp.85-99.

76. ”Dialectics of Civilizations: A Cosmic Perspective”, in R.Marlin-Bennett (ed.): Alker and IR: Global Studies in an Interconnected World, Routledge: London, 2011, pp.87-101.

77. “Agency, Structures and Time: From Atemporal Ontologies to Explicit Geo-Historical Hypotheses – and Anticipation of Global Democracy”, in F.Bynander & S.Guzzini (eds.): Rethinking Foreign Policy, Sage: London, 2013, pp.45-58.

78.  "Can the EU Be Democratised? A Political Economy Analysis", in R.Fiorentini & G.Montani (eds.): The European Union and Supranational Political Economy, Routledge: London, 2014, pp.116-132.

79.  "Democracy in a Globalized World", in K.Booth & T.Erskine (eds.): International Theory Today, Polity: Cambridge, forthcoming in June 2016.


E. Other academic essays and papers, some of them refereed

78. ”Grotiuslainen traditio ja yhteistoiminnallisuuden perusta: positiivinen kritiikki” [Grotian Tradition and the Basis of Concerted Action: A Positive Critique], Rauhantutkimus, (4):3, 1988, pp.52-70.

79. ”FTA and the Historical Development of European Political Economy: Basic Treands in Trade and Production” in H.Patomäki & K.Möttölä (eds.): Facing the Change in Europe. EFTA Countries' Integration Strategies, FIIA: Helsinki, 1989, pp.102-119.

80. ”A Metatheoretical and Methodological Critique of Neorealism: Towards a Fourth Debate in International Relations Research” Occasional Papers No.9, Institute of Sociology and Political Science, Political Science, University of Turku, 1989, 54 p.

81. ”Politiikka mahdollisen taiteena eli kuinka toteuttaa oikeudenmukainen ja rau­hanomainen maailma” [Politics as the Art of Possible, or How to Achieve Peaceful and Just World Order?], in J.Räikkä (ed.): Kansainvälinen järjestelmä ja moraali [Morality and International System], Series of Department of Practical Philosophy No.1, University of Turku, 1989, pp.131-205.

82. ”Tuotannon monikansallistumisen selittämisestä. Uus-institutionaalinen lähesty­mistapa”, [On Explaining the Multinationalisation of Production: A Neo-Institutionalist Approach], Kansantaloudellinen aikakauskirja, (85): 4, 1989, pp.424-439.

83. ”Arktiksen ympäristönsuojelun kansainvälis-oikeudelliset periaatteet: alueellinen suvereenisuus versus ihmiskunnan yhteinen perintö” [The Legal Principles of Arctic Environmental Regulation: Territorial Sovereignty versus the Common Heritage of Mankind], in L.Heininen (ed.): Arktiksen ristiriitoja, Suomen Rauhanpuolustajat & Kuhmon Kansalaisopisto: Helsinki ja Kuhmo, 1990, pp.80-93.

84. ”Kuningas, lohikäärme ja sankarit. Ristiriitaiset tulkinnat Persianlahden kriisissä”, [King, Dragon, and Heroes: Contradictory Interpretations in the Gulf Crisis], Ulkopolitiikka, (27):3, 1990, pp.64-71.

85. ”Mitä Thukydideen Melos-dialogi voi kertoa?”, [What Is It That Thucydides's Melos-Dialogue Can Reveal?], Rauhantutkimus, (6):4, 1990, pp.26-63.

86. ”Suomen ulkopolitiikan genealogia” [Genealogy of Finnish Foreign Policy], Rauhantutkimus, (7):1, 1991, pp.60-111.

87. ”Legal Principles and Political Visions. Territorial Sovereignty versus the Common Heritage of Mankind in the Arctic Environmental Protection”, article, in L.Heininen & J.Käkönen (eds.): Arctic Complexity. Essays on Arctic Interdependencies, TAPRI Occasional Papers, 1991, No.44, pp.97-128.

88. ”Runous, oikeus ja öljy Persianlahden sodassa. Analyysi metaforista ja metonyy­meistä 'käytännön' politiikassa” [Poetry, Just Law and Oil in the Gulf Crisis: An Analysis of the Role of Metaphors and Narratives in the 'Praxis' of Politics], Rauhantutkimus, (7):3, 1991, pp.52-80.

89. ”Edistys on mahdollista ilman historianfilosofiaa!”, [Progress is Possible Without a Philosophy of World History], Rauhantutkimus, (8):4, 1992, pp.52-87.

90. ”Kyllä tämä on niin saatanan surkeaa? Tutkielma Suomen 1990-luvun poliittista identiteettiä ja intressejä rakentavista Kekkos-tarinoista”, [Kekkonen-narratives: The Way They Constitute the Political Identity and Interests of Finland in the 1990's], Kosmopolis, (23):2, 1993, pp.49-78.

91. ”Ei paluuta polikseen” [No Return to Polis], in M.Lahtinen (toim.): Etiikka ja politiikka [Ethics and Politics], Research Reports, Department of Political Science and International Relations, University of Tampere, 1993, pp.39-50.

92. ”Peaceful Changes in World Politics”, in J.Käkönen (ed.): Studies on the Changing Contexts of World Politics of the 1990's, TAPRI Research Reports No.52, 1993, pp.43-93.

93. ”Rakentaako asiantuntijasukkuloija maailmankylää?” [Is the Expert Shuttler Building a Global Village?], with T.Teivainen, Kosmopolis, (24):1, 1994, pp.29-37.

94. ”Pukekaamme keisareille kansalaisen vaatteet. Kriittisiä huomioita poliittisista asiantuntijakäytännöistä myöhäismodernissa yhteiskunnassa” [Should We Put the Citizen's Dress on the Emperors? Critical Notes on the Expert Practices in the Latemodern Society], Kosmopolis, (24):3, 1994, pp.55-65.

95. ”Dogmaattinen demokratisaatio on väärää rauhanpolitiikkaa” [On Kant: Dogmatic Democratisation Does not Form an Appropriate Basis for Peace Policy], Ulkopolitiikka, (32):2, 1995, pp.23-48.

96. ”Introducing Peaceful Changes”, with O.Wæver, pp.3-27; ”How to Open Up World Political Spaces: The Possibility of Republican World Politics”, pp.28-80; and ”Possibilities and Limits of Republican World Politics: A Concluding Trialogue”, with S.Guzzini and R.B.J.Walker, pp.404-430; all in H.Patomäki (ed.): Peaceful Changes in World Politics, TAPRI Research Report No.71, 1995.

97. ”Hegelistä vielä kerran: onko vapautumisen dialektiikalla tulevaisuutta suvereenien valtioiden jälkeen?” [Once More on Hegel: Any Future for the Dialectics of Emancipation After the Era of Sovereign Nation-States?], Kosmopolis, (25):4, 1995, pp.75-83.

98. ”Poliittisen osallistumisen etiikasta” [On the Ethics of Political Participation], Politiikka, (38):1, 1996, pp.14-30.

99. ”Venäjän kehitys ja Euroopan unionin toimintavaihtoehdot”, [The Development of Russia and the Action Possibilities of the European Union], with C.Pursiainen & H.Heikka, Ulkopolitiikka, (33):1, 1996, pp.11-18.

100. ”Globalisaatio ja demokratia: voisiko Euroopan unionista olla malliksi muulle maailmalle?”, [Globalization and Democracy: Could the EU Be a Model for the Rest of the World?], Kosmopolis, (26):2, 1996, pp.33-49.

101. ”East and West. Two Conflicting Civilizations or Cultural Fragments of the World Civilization?”, in H.Kirkinen & L.Westman (eds.): On the Border of the European Union (From the Gulf of Finland to the Arctic Ocean), Joensuu University Press: Joensuu, 1997, pp.81-92.

102. ”Naton laajenemisen aporia” [The Aporia of Nato Expansion], Ulkopolitiikka, (34):1, 1997, pp.32-40.

103. ”Problems of Democratization: Towards Overcoming the Theory/Practice Dichotomy”, pp.113-122; and ”Summary of the Discussions and Some Conclusions”, with R.Hjerppe and K.Sehm, pp.129-34; both in R.Hjerppe, T.Kanninen, H.Patomäki & K.Sehm (eds.): Democracy, Economy and Civil Society in Transition. The Cases of Russia and the Baltic States, UPI & Stakes: Helsinki, 1997.

104. ”Kriittisten teorioiden haaste: rauhantutkimus kohti uutta vuosisataa” [Challenge of Critical Theories: Peace  Research Towards a New Century], Kosmopolis, (28):1, 1998, pp.7-25.

105. ”Against the State, With(in) the State or a Transnational Creation: Russian Civil Society in the Making”, with C.Pursiainen, UPI Working Papers, (4), 1998, 56 p.

106. “Tarua vai todellisuutta? Kylmän sodan tutkimuksen metodologiset opetukset” [Nothing but Texts, Language Games and Legends? Methodological and Ethico-Political Lessons of Critical Studies on the Cold War and Its Legacy], in Tieto, valta ja maailmanpolitiikka. Knowledge, Power and World Politics, Scripta in Honorem Professoris Osmo Apunen, Studia Politica Tamperensis: Tampere, 1998, pp.100-136.

107. The Tobin Tax: How to Make it Real; Towards a Socially Responsible and Democratic System of Global Governance, NIGD Project Report prepared in co-operation with Katarina Sehm Patomäki and C.Chavagneux, B.Deacon, A.Harnes, M.Montes, R.Palan and D.Woodward, UPI Working Papers 13, 1999, v+107p. [Some parts published also in Portuguese in Brazil].

108. ”Critical Responses to Globalisation in the Mercosur Region. Emergent Possibilities for Democratic Politics?”, with T. Teivainen, NIGD Working Paper 1, 2000, Nottingham, 47 p.

109. “Economics of Financial Instability. Realism and Emancipation of the Tobin Tax”, Ekonomiska Samfundets Tidskrift, (53):1, 2000, pp.27-42.

110. ”Introduction: Five Theses on the Global Politics of Civil Society”, in H.Patomäki (ed.): Politics of Civil Society: A Global Perspective on Democratization, NIGD Working Paper 2, 2000, Helsinki & Nottingham, pp.1-12: and ”Conclusion: A Tentative Assessment of the Five Hypotheses on Global Democratization”, pp.143-152.

111. ”Vapaus verottaa. Vastaselvitys pääomaliikkeiden seurauksista ja niiden hallinnasta” [Freedom to Tax. A Counterreport on the Consequences and Governance of Short-Term Capital Movements], Kepa: Helsinki, 2001, 14 p.

112. “Draft Treaty of Global Currency Transactions Tax”, with L.A.Denys, NIGD Discussion Paper, 1/2002, Helsinki & Nottingham; available also at http://www.nigd.org/ctt. Also published in Bart de Schutter & Johan Pas (eds): About Globalisation. Views on the Trajectory of Mondialisation, VUB Brussels University Press: Brussels, 2004, pp.185-203.

113. ”Theoretical Framework for the Evaluators”, in , L.Rikkilä & K.Sehm-Patomäki (eds.): From a Global Market Place to Political Spaces – The North-South Dialogue Continues, NIGD Working Paper 1/2002, Helsinki & Nottingham, pp.19-26.

114. ”Kohti imperiaalista maailmanjärjestystä? Analyysi sotilasliitto Naton arvoista ja sen roolista globaalissa poliittisessa taloudessa” [Towards an Imperial Order? An Analysis of the Values of NATO and Its Role in Global Political Economy], in M.Kangaspuro & T.Matinpuro (ed.): Uusi Nato. Eurooppalaisia näkökulmia sotilasliitosta ja Suomesta, Like: Helsinki, 2003, pp.11-58.

115.  “Currency Transactions Tax Organisation”, in B. de Schutter & J.Pas (eds): About Globalisation. Views on the Trajectory of Mondialisation, VUB Brussels University Press: Brussels, 2004, pp.167-178; and ”The Draft Treaty and the NIGD Strategy for Global Democratisation, pp.179-184.

116. “Maailmanpolitiikan tutkimus tulevaisuuden tutkimuksena” [World Politics as Futures Studies], Politiikka, (46):1, 2004, pp.47-53.

117. ”Kapitalistisen maailmantalouden pitkä laskukausi ja tulevaisuuden kriisit ja sodat. Osa 1, kasvun pysähtymisen selittäminen” [The Long Downward Phase of the Capitalist World Economy and Future Crises and Wars. Part 1, Explanation of the Standstill], Kosmopolis, (34):1, 2004, pp.5-20.

118. ”Kapitalistisen maailmantalouden pitkä laskukausi ja tulevaisuuden kriisit ja sodat. Osa 2, kolme skenaariota globaalin hallinnan muutoksesta” [The Long Downward Phase of the Capitalist World Economy and Future Crises and Wars. Part 2, Three Scenarios of Transformation of Global Governance], Kosmopolis, (34):3, 2004, pp.90-106.

119. ”Global Transformations – Thirteen theses about the long-term, world-historical significance of global democratic struggles”, Kosmopolis, (34): UV60, 2004, pp.144-150.

120. “The State and Society in Contemporary Russian Thought”, with C.Pursiainen, in E.Rindzeviciute (ed.): Contemporary Change in Russia: In from the Margins?, Baltic & East European Studies 3, BEEGS: Huddinge, 2004, pp.55-93.

121. “Is Democracy Possible without Global Democracy?”, in T.Kanninen & K.Sehm-Patomäki (eds.): Building Democracy from Manila to Doha: The Evolution of the Movement of New or Restored Democracies, UM (Foreign Ministry) – Helsinki Process Publication Series: Helsinki, 2005, pp.195-209.

122. ”Global Tax Initiatives: The Movement for the Currency Transaction Tax”, Civil Society and Social Movements – Paper no.27, UNRISD (United Nations Research Institute for Social Development): Geneva, 2007, 28 p.

123. ”Euroopan Unioni globaalissa poliittisessa taloudessa: vaihtoehtoiset tulevaisuuden mallit” [European Union in the Global Political Economy: Alternative Futures], in J.Saari & T.Raunio (eds.): Euroopan tulevaisuus, Helsinki: Gaudeamus, 2007, pp.171-204.

124. ”The Tobin Tax: Collective Global Action Against Economic Unreason and Injustice”, framework, no:8, April 2008, pp.48-52.

125. ”Globalization and Finance Capitalism: Beyond All-or-Nothing Arguments”, with P.James, Arena Journal, no: 29/30, 2008, pp.101-30. [A revised journal-article-version of 688]

126. ”David Held: teoria kosmopolittiisesta demokratiasta” [David Held: Theory of Cosmopolitan Democracy], in K.Lindroos & S.Soininen (eds.): Politiikan nykyteoreetikkoja, Helsinki: Gaudeamus, 2008, pp.255-79.

127. ”Global Financial Crisis: Causes and Consequences”, Local-Global Journal, (6):1, 2009, pp.4-27.

128. “The Tobin Tax and Global Civil Society Organisations: The Aftermath of the 2008-9 Financial Crisis”, Ritsumeikan Annual Review of International Studies, (8):1, 2009, pp.1-18.

129. “Political Economy of International Security”, in P. Bilgin & P.D. Williams (eds): Global Security and International Political Economy. Volume 1: Global Security, EOLSS Publishers (with UNESCO): Ramsey, Isle of Man (Paris), 2010, pp.306-338 (http://www.eolss.net/ebooklib/ViewEbookDetail_1.aspx?catid=4&fileid=E1-68).

130. “Is a Global Identity Possible? The Relevance of Big History to Self-Other Relations”, Refugee Watch, (13), 36, 2010, pp.53-77.

131. “Maailmantalous ja arki” [World Economy and Everyday Life], in L.Andersson, I.Hetemäki, R.Mustonen & A.Sihvola (eds.): Kaikki irti arjesta, Gaudeamus: Helsinki, 2011, pp.191-208.

132. “Kohti globaalia solidaarisuutta” [Towards Global Solidarity], in A.Laitinen & A.B.Pessi (eds.): Solidaarisuus, Gaudeamus: Helsinki, 2011, pp.173-195.

133. ”Muutoshakuisen toimijuuden ongelma globaalissa kansalaisyhteiskunnassa: kohti globaaleja poliittisia puolueita” [On the problem of transformative agency in global civil society: towards global political parties], Peruste 1/2011, pp.103-38.

134. “Maailmanparlamentin idean uudelleen arviointia – eli miten ylittää kansainvälisen oikeuden ristiriitaisuus” [Reassessing the idea of a world parliament – or how to overcome the indeterminacy of international law], Futura (30):2, 2011, pp.5-18.

135. ”Legitimation in a Planetary Political Community: Is a Viable World State Possible?”, in D.Archibugi & G.Montani (eds.): European Democracy and Cosmopolitan Democracy, The Ventotene Papers, The Altiero Spinelli Institute for Federalist Studies: Ventotene, 2011, pp.223-250.

136. “Julkaisuluokittelun politiikkaa: teknologia ideologiana” [The Politics of Publication Classification: Technology as Ideology], Politiikka, (53): 4, 2011, pp.295-302.

137. “The Cosmopolitan Future of the European Union?”, Il Politico. Rivista Italiana de Scienze Politiche, (LXXVII):3, 2012, pp.129-46.

138. "Globaalin poliittisen talouden kolme kenttää: kohti demokraattista globaalikeynesiläisyyttä" [The Three Fields of Global Political Economy: Towards Global Keynesianism], in R.Mickelsson (ed.) Poliittinen vaikuttaminen tulevaisuudessa, Turku: Tulevaisuudentutkimuksen Verkostoakatemia & Turun yliopiston politiikan tutkimuksen laitos, 2014; pp.67-92 in e-publication available www.utu.fi/poliittinen-vaikuttaminen-tulevaisuudessa; pp.90-121 in print publication.

139. "Liian täydellinen ollakseen totta? 'From Apology To Utopia' teoksen argumentatiivisesta rakenteesta" [Too Perfect to be True? On the structure of argumentation of 'From Apology to Utopia'], in J.Petman (ed.): Oikeus ja kritiikki: Koskenniemen 'From Apology to Utopia', Forum Iuris-series, The University of Helsinki Law Faculty: Helsinki, forthcoming in 2016.

 

 

F. Academic book reviews, review essays, encyclopedia entries, commemorations, reports, discussions, rejoinders, and interviews

 

140. ”Kommentti: realismi ja kritiikki rauhantutkimuksessa” [A Comment: Realism and Critique in Peace Research], Rauhantutkimus, (5):2, 1989, pp.82-86.

141. ”Käsitteellinen kaaos ja valtion teoreettinen hävittäminen” [Conceptual Chaos and the Theoretical Elimination of the State], a book review of Y.H.Ferguson & R.W.Mansbach: 'The State, Conceptual Chaos and the Future of International Relations Theory', Ulkopolitiikka,  (26):3, 1989, pp.49-51.

142. ”Globaalin talouden poliittiset perspektiivit” [The Political Perspectives of Global Economy], book review of S.Gill & D.Law: Global Political Economy, Politiikka, (27):3, 1990, pp.211-212.

143. ”Beyond Realism and Marxism”, an essay reviewing A.Linklater: Beyond Realism and Marxism: Critical Theory and International Relations, Cooperation & Conflict, (XXVI):1, 1991, pp.33-41.

144. ”Journalismi maailmanpolitiikan tutkimuksen korvikkeena” [Journalism as a Substitute for Research of World Politics], Ulkopolitiikka, (29):2, 1992, pp.42-49.

145. ”Foucault'a perinteisemmin” [The More Conventional Foucault], book review of B.Burchell & C.Gordon & P.Miller (ed.): The Foucault Effect. Studies in Governmentality, Politiikka,  (29):2, 1992, pp.213-215.

146. Book review of V.Harle (ed.): European Values in International Relations, Cooperation and Conflict, (27):2, 1992. pp.314-320.

147. ”Pahat viholliset maailmanpolitiikassa” [Evil Enemies in World Politics], a review essay, Politiikka, (34):2, 1992, pp.183-193.

148. ”Ulkopolitiikan uudet mahdollisuudet” [The New Possibilities of Finnish Foreign Policy], Rauhantutkimus, (8):2, 1992, pp.62-70.

149. ”Leninismin ja pluralismin kamppailu maailmanpolitiikan tutkimuksessa” [The Struggle Between Leninism and Pluralism in the Research of World Politics], Politiikka, (34):4, 1992, pp.379-385.

150. ”Oppikirjat ajan tasalle” [Up-dating Textbooks], book review on S.Guzzini: The Continuing Story of a Death Foretold and O.Waever: Introduktion til Studiet af International Politik, Politiikka, (35):1, 1993, pp.61-64.

151. ”Rauhantutkijat politiikan kentille osallistumaan!” [Peace Researchers Should Participate in Political Fields!], an interview of Johan Galtung, Kosmopolis, 24:3, 1994, pp.39-54.

152. ”Metamorphosis of Europe?, Diplomacy. A UC Berkeley - European Community Newsletter, Fall 1994, pp.5-11.

153. ”Ajallisia yhteyksiä ja moninaisia identiteettejä: kohti uutta maailmanpolitiikkaa?” [Temporal Connections and Plural Identities: Towards New World Politics?], an interview of R.B.J.Walker, Kosmopolis, 25:4, 1995, pp.23-37.

154. A book review of H-H.Holm & G.Sørensen (eds.): Whose World Order? Uneven Globalization and the End of the Cold War”, Westview: Boulder, Politica, (28):1, 1996, pp.99-102.

155. A reply to a comment by H-H.Holm & G.Sørensen, Politica, (28):2, 1996, pp.213-214.

156. ”Kommentti: Venäjä ja EU:n toimintavaihtoehdot -- mystiikkaa vai faktoja?; Vastaus Jouko Rautavan kommenttiin”, [A Comment: Russia and the Action Possibilities of the EU -- Mysticism or Facts; A Reply to Jouko Rautava's Comment], Ulkopolitiikka, (33):2, 1996, pp.19-21.

157. ”The Rhetorical Strategies and the Misleading Nature of the Attack on Postmodernism: A Reply to Østerud”, Journal of Peace Research, (34): 3, 1997, pp.325-329.

158. ”Olivatko Yhdysvaltain iskut oikeutettuja? EI”, [Were the US Strikes Justified. NO], Kaksintaistelu, Ulkopolitiikka, (35):3, 1998, pp.46-48.

159. ”Selviytyykö YK (ja maailma) USA:n vallasta?”, [Can the UN (and the World) Survive the Hegemony of the US?”], a book review essay based on Boutros Boutros-Ghali: Unvanquished: A U.S.-U.N. Saga, I.B.Tauris: London, Ulkopolitiikka, (36:3), 1999, pp.140-146.

160. ”After International Relations, After Capitalism: A Rejoinder to Branwen Gruffyd Jones”, Journal of Critical Realism, (1):2, 2003, pp.175-181.

161. “Explaining the Rise and Decline of the Swedish Model”, a book review essay on M.J.Ryner: Capitalist Restructuring, Globalisation and the Third Way. Lessons from the Swedish Model, Routledge: London, Cooperation and Conflict, (38):2, 2003, pp.175-178.

162. “Uussuomettumista?”, [Neo-Finlandisation?], with J.Pakkasvirta, Historiallinen aikakauskirja, 2/2003, pp.338-344.

163. ”An Optical Illusion: The Finnish Model”, a book review essay on M.Castells & P.Himanen (2002): The Information Society and the Welfare State. The Finnish Model, Oxford University Press: Oxford, Theory, Culture & Society, (20):3, 2003, pp.139-145.

164. ”Teknonationalismi ja talouskasvun globaalit edellytykset” [Technonationalism and the Prerequisites of Growth], a book review essay of Timo J. Hämäläinen: National Competitiveness and Economic Growth. Edward Elgar: Cheltenham, Tiedepolitiikka, 1, 2004, pp.57-59.

165. ”Maailmankansalaisen etiikka” [Ethics for a Citizen of the World], book review of Juha Sihvola: Maailmankansalaisen etiikka, Otava: Helsinki, 2004, Politiikka, (46):3, 2004, pp.219-221.

166. “Ihmiskunnan kohtalon yhteys: filosofisia ja yhteiskuntatieteellisiä vastauksia – Roy Bhaskarin ja Heikki Patomäen keskustelu”, [Reconstructing Global Interconnectedness: The Complementary Roles of Philosophy and Social Sciences – A conversation with Roy Bhaskar and Heikki Patomäki], trans. and ed. by M.Jutila, Kosmopolis (36):1, 2006, pp.6-25.

167. “Global Democracy”, entry in the New Encyclopaedia Project of Theory, Culture & Society, Special Issue on “Problematizing Global Knowledge”, ed. by M.Featherstone, C.Venn, R.Bishop and J.Phillips, (23):2-3, March-May 2006, pp.519-521.

168. “Liberal-Democratization as a Global Political Project”, book review of R. Youngs: International Democracy and the West. The Role of Governments, Civil Society, and Multinational Business, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2004, International Studies Review, (8):2, June 2006, pp.336-8.

169. ”Currency Transaction Tax”, entry in The Encyclopaedia of Globalization, ed. by R.Robertson and J.Aart Scholte, Encyclopedia of Globalization. New York: Routledge, 2006.

170. ”International Relations”, entry in Critical Realism: An Encyclopaedia, ed. by M.Hartwig Routledge: London, 2007, pp. 261-3.

171. ”Neoliberalism”, entry in Critical Realism: An Encyclopaedia, ed. by M.Hartwig, Routledge: London, 2007, pp.326-9.

172. “Futures Studies”, entry in Critical Realism: An Encyclopaedia, ed. by M.Hartwig, Routledge: London, 2007, pp.215-7.

173. ”Political Economy”, with J.Morgan, entry in Critical Realism: An Encyclopaedia, ed. by M.Hartwig, Routledge: London, 2007, pp.362-4.

174. “Comment on Chandler: The Role of ‘Critical’ in the Theory and Practice of Global Civil Society”, Globalizations, (4):2, 2007, pp. 312-7.

175. “Learning from Alker: The Fifth Lesson” (Tributes to Hayward R. Alker), International Political Sociology, (2):1, 2008, pp.56–62.

176. “Regulating Global Capital in the Age of Neoliberalism”, a book review of Regulating Capital. Setting Standards for the International Financial System. By David Andrew Singer. Ithaca and London: Cornell University Press, 2006; International Studies Review, (10):2, 2008, pp.348-50.

177. ”Beyond Gated Politics”, a book review essay on Romand Coles: Beyond Gated Politics. Reflections for the Possibility of Democracy, University of Minnesota Press: Minneapolis, Theory, Culture & Society, (25):5, 2008, pp.152-8.

178. “A Response from Between the Past and the Future: On the Ethico-Political Notion of Collective Learning of Humankind”, Cooperation & Conflict, (43):4, 2008, pp.461-7.

179. “Back to the Renaissance?”, a contribution to the book review forum on Richard Ned Lebow's Cultural Theory of International Relations" (Cambridge UP), International Relations, (23):1, 2009 , pp.155-9.

180. “Challenges and Paths to Global Justice”, a book review of Challenges and Paths to Global Justice, edited by H. Richard Friman (Palgrave MacMillan, 2007), Journal of Peace Education, (6):2, 2009, pp. 256-8.

181. “Global Democracy”, a book review of Raffaele Marchetti: Global Democracy: For and Against. Ethical Theory, Institutional Design and Social Struggles" (Routledge 2008), Millennium: Journal of International Studies, (38):1, 2009, pp.193-5.

182. “How to Tell Better Cosmic Stories: A Rejoinder to Nick Hostettler”, Journal of Critical Realism, (9):1, 2010, pp. 105-111. [Related to 488]

183. “Kohti vaihtoehtoista rahanjakomallia: Vastaus Ilkka Niiniluodolle” [Towards an Alternative System of Allocating University Funds: A Reply to Ilkka Niiniluoto], Politiikka, (54):1, 2012, pp.90-93.

184. ”Global Futures”, entry in Encyclopedia of Globalization. Volume II: De-H, ed. by G.Ritzer, Wiley-Blackwell: Oxford, 2012, pp.826-836.

185. “Tobin Tax”, entry in Encyclopedia of Globalization, ed. by G.Ritzer, Wiley-Blackwell: Oxford, 2012.

186. “Tieteellisten keskustelujen ja kirja-arvioiden luonteesta: vastaus Vesa Kanniaiselle” [On the Nature of Scholarly Debates and Book Reviews: A Reply to Vesa Kanniainen], Kansantaloudellinen aikakauskirja, (109):1, 2013, pp.106-9.

187. "Nousevien mahtien aatteita" [Ideas of the Aspiring Powers], a book review of H.Nau & M.Ollapally: Worldviews of Aspiring Powers.
Domestic Foreign Policy Debates in China, India, Iran, Japan and Russia, Ulkopolitiikka, (51):3, 2014, pp.66-7.

188. "Piketty's Global Tax on Capital: A Useful Utopia or a Realistic Alternative to a Global Disaster?", real-world economics review 69, 7 October 2014, ss.51-57, available at http://www.paecon.net/PAEReview/issue69/Patomaki69.pdf.

189. "On the Reality of Causes: A Response to Ned Lebow", Newsletter of Qualitative and Multi-Method Research, American Political Science Association, (12):2, 2014, pp. 11-15.

 

G. Other book manuscripts in progress

190. Global Futures: On the Temporality of the Human Condition,
a full book manuscript in progress; negotiations with Cambridge University Press underway.

191. On the Stages of Ethico-Political Learning, a manuscript in progress
(35,000 words essay version available for comments and feedback).

 

H. Non-academic publications

Since 1987, more than 150 publications in various, newspapers journals, magazins and books.

In addition to regular columns in quarterly magazines Suomi (1994) and Niin & Näin (1994-95), these include:


1.   ”Humen giljotiinin terrori ja Nietzschen taistelu arvojen puolesta.

      Eli eräs Nietzschen tulkinta”, [The Terror of Hume’s Guillotine and Nietzsche’s Fight for Values.

      Or: A Particular Interpretation of Nietzsche], Aporia, 1/1987.


2.   ”Postkulttuuri, uuden ajan iltarusko, osat 1 & 2”, [Postculture, the Sunset of Modernity, Parts 1 & 2],
 Ylioppilaslehti
,  30.1.1987/3 & 6.2.1987/4.


3.   ”Suomi ja suomalaisuus arvioitava uudelleen”, [Finnish Identity in Need for a Reappraisal],
 Helsingin Sanomat
, 4.8.1991.


4.   ”Ulkopolitiikkamme määriteltävä uudelleen”, [Finnish Foreign Policy in Need for a Reappraisal],
 Turun Sanomat
,  6.11.1991.


5.   ”Rauhantutkimuksen asema täytyy vakiinnuttaa”, [There Should Be an Established Position for the Peace Research], 

      together with Pekka Korhonen, Helsingin Sanomat, 11.11.1992.


6.   ”Kekkostarinat rakentavat nykyisyyttä”, [Kekkonen-narratives Take Part in Constructing the Present],

      Turun Sanomat,  1.7.1993.


7.   ”Ihmisuhrit ja vierasystävällisyys. Kiistat kolonialismin oikeutuksesta Euroopassa 1500-1800 –luvuilla”,

      [Human Sacrifices and Friendliness Towards Strangers.

      Debates about the Justification of Colonialism in Europe, 1500-1800], Kosmos, 1/1993, pp.2-6.


8.   ”Siperian opetukset voivat olla monet” [The Lessons of Siberia Can Be Many],
 with T.Teivainen, Helsingin Sanomat,  15.2.1994.


9.   ”Uudet aatteet, vanhat vaatteet” [New Thoughts, Old Clothes],

      a book review of R.J.Penttilä & J.Tapaninen & J.Jutila:  

      "Ultimatum Isänmaalle" (1994), Helsingin Sanomat, 23.2.1994.


10. ”Ulkopolitiikan tutkimuksen renessanssi”, [The Renaissance of the Study of Foreign Policy],

      book review of T.Forsberg T.Vaahtoranta (eds.): Johdatus Suomen ulkopolitiikkaan, and J.Huru (ed.):

      Uuden ulkopolitiikan haasteet, Ydin, 2/94.


11. ”Paljastuskirja Horneteista”, [A Book of Revelation About Hornets],
 a book review of H.Hiilamo & S.Sipola: Aavelasku.
  

      Dokumenttikirja vuosisadan suomalaisesta asekaupasta, Helsingin Sanomat, 31.3.1994.


12. ”Dialektiikka on vapauden sykettä”, [Dialectic Is the Pulse of Freedom],

      a book review of R.Bhaskar: Dialectic. The Pulse of Freedom, Helsingin Sanomat, 28.8.1994.


13. ”Eurooppalainen muodonmuutos” [A European Metamorphosis], an essay based on a review of number of books,  

      including S.García (ed.): European Identity and the Search for Legitimacy and E.Meehan:

      Citizenship and the European Community, Helsingin Sanomat, 18.9.1994.


14. ”Venäjä ei tyydy kopioimaan läntistä mallia” [It Will Not Be Enough for the Russia to Copy the West],

      Helsingin Sanomat, 26.3.1995.


15. ”Venäjän oikeus erilaisuuteen” [Russia's Right to Be Different], Helsingin Sanomat, 2.4.1995.


16. ”Jugoslavia on opetus Euroopan unionille” [Jugoslavia as a Lesson to the EU], Turun Sanomat 12.10.1995.


17. ”Kosmopoliittinen demokratia – uuden vuosituhannen laulu?” [Cosmopolitan Democracy – the Song of the New 

      Millennium?], a book review essay based on A.S.Ahmed et.al. (eds.): Islam, Globalization and Postmodernity;  

      D.Archibudi & D.Held (eds.): Cosmopolitan Democracy; D.Held: Democracy and the Global Order;
 G.Salame (ed.):   Democracy
Without Democrats?, Helsingin Sanomat 1.12.1995.


18. ”Onko EU:n demokratiasta malliksi?”, [Could the Democracy of the EU Be a Model?], Iltasanomat 24.6.1996.


19. ”Naton laajenemisen vaikea pulma” [The Dilemma of Nato Expansion], Turun Sanomat 22.1.1997.


20. ”Arvovalta, maine ja pimeät voimat” [Prestige, Reputation and Dark Forces], a book review of F.A.Beer & R.Hariman

      (ed.): Post-Realism. The Rhetorical Turn in International Relations, Michigan State University Press,

      Helsingin Sanomat, 5.2.1997.


21. ”YK:n rahoituskriisillä on poliittiset syyt” [There Are Political Reasons Behind the UN Financial Crisis],
 Aamulehti
, 1.4.1997.


22. ”Globalisoituva maailma ja sivilisaatioiden yhteentörmäys” [Globalising World and the Conflict of Civilisations],

      Savon Sanomat [and 6 other newspapers],  1.7.1997.


23. ”Moniarvoiseen turvallisuusyhteisöön pitkä matka. Nato edustaa perinteistä tapaa ratkaista rauhan ja turvallisuuden  

      ongelmat”, [Long Way to a Pluralistic Security Community. NATO Represents a Traditional Way of Resolving
 Problems
of Peace and Security], Turun Sanomat [and 8 other newspapers], 22.7.1997.


24.   ”Yhden viidesosan yhteiskunta” [One-Fifth Society], a book review of Hans-Peter Martin & Harald Schumann: 

        Globalizierungsgefälle (the edition in Swedish by Joachim Retzlaff), Helsingin Sanomat, 5.8.1997.


25.   ”Existerar vänstern längre?” [Is There a Left Anymore?], Studentbladet, 15/1997, 10 November.


26.   “Serbian nationalismi vahvistuu pahaenteisesti” [Serbian Nationalism Gains Strength Ominously],

        Kaleva [and 3 other newspapers], 25.9.1997.


27.   ”Demokratisering – världspolitikens nya fas?” [Democratisation – the new phase of world politics?],

        with Katarina Sehm, Hufvustadsbladet, 9.12.97, and in Finnish in Turun Sanomat, 18.2.1998.


28.   ”Uusliberalismi loi koulutusloukun” [Neoliberalism Created an Education Trap], Helsingin Sanomat, 4.8.1998.


29.   ”Tobinin vero iskee spekulaatiotalouteen” [Tobin Tax Hits the Core of the Speculative Economy],
   Kumppani
, 6/98, pp.10-12.


30.   ”Globalisaatio – myytti näköalattomalle maailmalle”, [Globalization Myth for the World Without Visions],

        a review of P.Hirst & G.Thompson: Globalization in Question; M.Veseth: Selling Globalization.

        The Myth of Global Economy; and L.Weiss: The Myth of Powerless State, Helsingin Sanomat, 24.12.1999.


31.   ”IMF ei tarvitse uutta johtajaa vaan muutosta” [IMF Does Not Need a New Director as Much as Change],

        Savon Sanomat [and 3 other newspapers], 22 March 2000.


32.   ”Apatiasta politiikan uusiin tiloihin” [From Apathy to New Political Spaces], in M.Puttonen (ed.): Rohkeasti vallasta.    

        Kirjoituksia vallasta ja tavallisen ihmisen mahdollisuuksista, Helsingin kaupunki,
   Nuorisoasiainkeskus: Helsinki, 2000, pp. 44-50.


33.   ”Global Reforms. Thirteen Theses about the Long-Term,
   World-Historical Significance of Cosmopolitan Democratic 
Struggles”, the Theory,

       Culture & Society Newsletter, April 2000.


34.   ”Tobinin vero on realismia” [Tobin Tax Is Realism], Talous & Yhteiskunta, (29):2, 2001, pp.  17-19.


35.   “The Leverage of the Tobin Tax”, in Sand in the Wheels.
   ATTAC Weekly Newsletter
– n°94, Wednesday 5 September 2001.


36.    “Tobinskatten äe fullt möjligt” [Tobin tax is entirely possible], a written interview conducted by Lars Vikström,

        in U.Berg et.al.: Tobinskatten, Agora: Stockholm, 2001, pp. 151-157 [and, previously,

        in four newspapers and magazins in Denmark, Finland, Norway and Sweden].


37.   ”Making a Workable Tobin Tax: Don't believe in the economic orthodoxy! A Response to OECD’s study ’Exchange 

        market volatility and securities transaction taxes’”, in Sand in the Wheels. ATTAC Weekly Newsletter – n°135, 

        Wednesday 3 July 2002 (also available on the Global Policy Forum website at 

        http://www.globalpolicy.org/socecon/glotax/ currtax/2002/2002orthodox.htm); and in French as ”Ne croyez pas à 

        l'économie orthodoxe!” in Courriel D’Information Attac n°350 Vendredi 19/07/02.


38.   ”Hvodan gjennomføre Tobinskatten på en demokratisk måte?” [How to Further the Tobin Tax in a Democratic   

        Way?], in Stalsberg, L. & Drange N. (eds.): Vill valuta. En debattbok om tobinskatten, ATTAC Norge:

        Oslo, 2002 pp.61-73.


39.   ”Yhdysvallat ja vanhat imperiumit” [The United States and the Old Empires],
   Suomen Kuvalehti
, 30/2002 (26.7.), p.62.


40.   “Suomi tietoyhteiskunnan ihannemallina” [Finland as the Ideal Model of Information Society],

       kirja-arvio teoksesta Manuel Castells & Pekka Himanen (2002): The Information Society and the Welfare State.

       The Finnish Model, Helsingin Sanomat 23.2.2003.


41.   ”Mikä Suomen ’lännettämisessä’ on vikana” [What’s Wrong with the Westernization of Finland],
   Turun Sanomat18.11.2003.


42.   ”Nato och en förfallen utopi on västvärlden” [NATO and the Collapsed Utopia of the West], with B.Auffermann,   
   Hufvudstadsbladet, 10.12.2003; in Finnish as “Sortunut utopia hyvästä lännestä”, Aamulehti 4.1.2004.


43.   ”Onko Halonen palauttamassa moraalin ulkopolitiikkaan?”
  [Is Halonen Resuming Moral Considerations in Foreign
 Policy?], Helsingin Sanomat, Sunnuntaidebatti, 14.3.2004.


44.   “Salaisen diplomatian aika on ohi” [The Time of Secret Diplomacy is Over], Ulkopolitiikka, (40):1, 2004, pp.76-80.


45.   ”Globaalia hallintaa täytyy demokratisoida” [Global Governance Must Be Democratized],

        with T.Teivainen, keskustelua (debate), Kulttuuriosasto (a rejoinder to Pertti Haaparanta’s ja Jukka Pirttilä’s essay

       ”Globalisaation hallinta ja hallinnan globalisaatio” 21.5.2004,

        which included a review of Globaali demokratia), Helsingin Sanomat 31.5.2004.


46.   “Opetuksen ja tutkimuksen hyödykkeistäminen” [The Commodification of Teaching and Research],

       Aikuiskasvatus(25):4, 2005, pp.325-326.


47.  ”Tulevaisuuden ennakoiminen on liikaa ennalta määrättyä”
  [Anticipation of Future Seems Too Much Pre-Determined], 

       Helsingin Sanomat, vieraskynä [op-ed page], 3.3.2006.


48.   “Global political movement for the Tobin Tax: A post-Asian crisis re-assessment of possibilities”,

       Re-public – re- imagining democracy (An online journal) 1.7.2006, available at http://www.re-public.gr/en/?p=27.


49.   ”Nyt pitäisi rakentaa globaalin turvallisuusyhteisön edellytyksiä” [Time to Build the Conditions for a Global Security 

        Community], Helsingin Sanomat, C1, 5.7.2006.


50.   ”Tavoitteena globaali demokratia” [Aiming at Global Democracy], Ydin, 4/2006, December, p.4.


51.   “Politologian ja vallan näkökulma hyvinvointivaltion tulevaisuuteen” [A Perspective of Power and Politics on the 

       Future of the Welfare State], Futura 1/2007, pp.29-33.


52.  “Historia ajoi Rawlsin ohi” [Rawls: Overtaken by History], a book review essay on a Finnish translation of John Ralws’
  The Law of Peoples, Yliopisto, June 2007, pp.58-9.


53.   “Nato-keskustelussa katsottava kauas tulevaisuuteen” [Discussions about the NATO-Membership Should Focus on 

       Possible Long-Term Futures], Ydin, 1/2008, March.


54.   “Vapaus on oppimisen paras tae” [Freedom Is the Best Guarantee of Learning”],

       Helsingin Sanomat, vieraskynä [op-ed page], 7.5.2008.


55.   ”Mahdollisuuden taito – globaali puolueet?” [The Art of the Possible – Global Parties?], in H. Kuusela & M.Rönkkö 

        (ed.): Puolueiden kriisi, Helsinki: Like (Into Pamfletti), 2008, pp.115-129.


56.   Yliopisto konkreettisena utopiana: kokemuksia Turusta Nottinghamiin ja Helsingistä Melbourneen” 

        [University as a Concrete Utopia: Experiences from Turku to Nottingham,

        and from Helsinki to Melbourne], in T.Tomperi (ed.):

       Akateeminen kysymys? Yliopistolain kritiikki ja kiista uudesta yliopistosta, Tampere: Vastapaino, 2009, pp.25-43.


57.  ”Suomen pitäisi puolustaa Wikileaksin työtä” [Finland Should Defend the Work of Wikileaks], Helsingin Sanomat

       vieraskynä [op-ed page], 13.1.2011. Published also in English and other languages in various places, including in

       Le Monde Diplomatique at http://mondediplo.com/openpage/wikileaks-finland-should-offer-asylum-to-julian.


58.   ”Kriisimaita pelastattaessa on pohdittava, mitä tarkoittaa eurooppalainen vastuu”

         [What Does It Mean to Talk about European Responsibility in the Context of Rescue Packages?],

         mielipide, Helsingin Sanomat, 12.5.2011.


59.   ”Demokraattinen globaalikeynesiläisyys” [Democratic Global Keynesianism], in M.Rönkkö (ed.):

         Toisenlaisen maailman manifesti, Into: Helsinki, 2011, pp.117-34.


60.   ”Velkakriisi: historian opetuksia” [Debt Crisis: Lessons from History], Vihreä Lanka, January 2012.


61.   ”Turvallisuusneuvostolla on liikaa valtaa” [The Security Council Has Too Much Power],

        Helsingin Sanomat, vieraskynä [op-ed page], 20.8.2012.


62.   ”Ideologia ja taloustiede: vastaus Vesa Kanniaiselle” [Ideology and Economics: A Reply to Vesa Kanniainen],

       Kanava, 1/2013, pp.104-5.


63.   ”63. ”Kohti globaalia keynesiläisyyttä” [Towards Global Keynesianism], Ulkopolitiikka, 1/2013, pp.


64.   ”Euron myötä EU on ajautunut kurimuksen partaalle” [With Euro the EU Has Come Close to the Edge],

        Helsingin Sanomat, Mielipide [opinion], 28.6.2013.


65.   “From Eurocrisis to a Global New Deal”, a written interview by C. J. Polychroniou, published first in OpenDemocracy
  on 8 July 2013 at http://www.opendemocracy.net/openeconomy/cjpolychroniou-heikki-patom%C3%A4ki/from
  eurocrisis-to-global-new-deal; and then in Greek in The Sunday Eleftherotypia on 14 July 2013, available at
  http://www.enet.gr/?i=arthra-sthles.el.columns &s=ideografhmata&date=14/07/2013#a374284.


66.   “Ajattele solidaarisesti, toimi paikallisesti ja maailmanlaajuisesti! Heikki Patomäen haastattelu”
 [Employ Solidarity in Your Thinking, Act Locally and Globally!], a written interview by K.Suomela,
 in J.Sumuvuori(ed.): Rauhan ytimessä. Sadankomitea 50 vuotta, Helsinki: Into, 2013, pp.151-162.


67.   “There are good reasons to expect that the neoliberal era is coming to an end”,
  a written interview by The Euro   Crisis in the Press project at the LSE, published on 15 August 2013,
  available at http://blogs.lse.ac.uk/eurocrisispress/2013/08/15/professor-patomaki-there-are-good-reasons-to
  expect-that-the-neoliberal-era-is-coming-to-an-end/.


68.   “Kasvihuonevero hidastaisi ilmastonmuutosta” [A greenhouse gas tax would slow down climate change],
  Helsingin Sanomat, vieraskynä [op-ed page], 25.10.2013, p.A5.


69.   "Pakotteiden vaarat ovat usein hyötyjä suuremmat" [The Dangers of Sanctions Are Often Bigger than their Expected Benefits], Helsingin Sanomat, vieraskynä [op-ed page], 17.9.2014, p.A5.


70.   "Från kolonial hegemoni till global demokrati: en inlärningsprocess", [From Colonial Hegemony to Global Democracy: A Learning Process], Fredsposten 3/2014, pp.6-8; in Finnish "Kolonialismin kautta globaaliin demokratiaan", Kulttuurivihkot 4-5/2014, pp..