Helsingin Sanomat, International Edition, 25 September 2001
By Dr. Kimmo Rentola
When President Urho Kekkonen vowed to fight for Finnish neutrality to his last breath, many foreigners wondered how such a bland ideology could get a person's blood to boil so intensely. "When we talked about neutrality, we meant independence", Jakobson explains.
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