Trucking Is the Security Crisis You Never Noticed
Everything from food to oil depends on underpaid and overworked drivers.
Sweden’s Far Right Has Won the War of Ideas
An election fought on the Sweden Democrats’ terms leaves the far-right party in control of the country’s agenda.
Swedes Can’t Go Home Again
In the run-up to Sweden’s election, one word explains why the country used to feel like a family—and why it now feels adrift.
So Long, Swedish Welfare State?
The model is already a thing of the past. But as this week’s election will show, Sweden will need to keep reforming.
First They Came for the Immigrants. Then They Came for the Robots.
Politicians must prepare voters for automation; otherwise, opportunistic populists will seize the agenda.
Why Trump Needs the Swedes in Pyongyang
For decades, Sweden has represented America’s interests in places where the United States has severed diplomatic ties.
Army Service Could Be the Answer to Europe’s Integration Problem
The EU’s defense forces are struggling to recruit, and immigrants are often eager to serve.
U.N. to Join Congolese Authorities in Hunt for Killers of U.N. Experts
But António Guterres avoids full-fledged independent inquiry into brutal March murder of U.S. and Swedish researchers.
Volvo Goes Electric: Is This the Beginning of the End for Gas-Powered Cars?
The Chinese-owned, Swedish carmaker is the first to swear off regular engines entirely.
Trump Is Overlooking an Obvious U.S. Partner
Sweden is a natural ally for the United States, but the Trump team isn’t paying attention.
Europe and U.S. Move to Fight Russian Hybrid Warfare
A new center to counter hybrid threats inches Finland and Sweden closer to NATO in everything but name.
Truck Rams Crowd in Stockholm In Likely Terrorist Attack
The attack occurred on one of Stockholm's busiest pedestrian streets.
Russian TV Crew Tries to Bribe Swedish Youngsters to Riot on Camera
If you can’t spin fake news, just make fake news.
Why Is Finland Able to Fend Off Putin’s Information War?
Helsinki has emerged as a resilient front against Kremlin spin. But can its successes be translated to the rest of Europe?
Hans Rosling, Who Dreamed of a ‘Fact-Based Worldview,’ Passes Away
His family vows they will never let that dream die.
As January’s UNSC President, Sweden Sought to Focus on Women and Peace. How’d It Go?
“There’s not been one meeting where we’ve not raised this issue in one way or another,” says Sweden's spokesperson.
Boo! The Queen of Sweden Believes Her Palace Is Haunted by Ghosts.
Sweden says it will focus on including women as the UN Security Council president. Also, its queen thinks her palace is haunted.
This Christmas, Watch These Classic European Holiday Flicks (and Home Alone)
Want a break from Love Actually? Try Six Degrees of Celebration.
News Flash! Press Freedoms Turn 250 Today
But there’s little cause to celebrate as protections for the media continue to backslide.
Citing Trump Victory, Swedish Neo-Nazis Organize Largest Demonstration Yet
Europe’s far-right cheers Trump’s arrival in the White House, even as he tries to rein in his U.S. supporters.