Category Archives: Sweden

Oct 4 2016

The Great Stagnation

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By Marion Labouré and Juergen Braunstein The recent Brexit vote, as well as high uncertainty around a number of upcoming elections (e.g., the 2016 US and 2017 French presidential elections), are only symptoms of a larger underlying problem. Voting for … Continue reading

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Dec 3 2014

“We have a long history of getting it wrong on Russia” – Interview with David Crouch

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Euro Crisis in the Press talks to David Crouch about media coverage of EU-Russia relations and the recent search for Russian submarines off the Swedish coast. You were covering the recent search for Russian submarines off the Swedish coast. How well … Continue reading

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Sep 3 2013

Nordic Euroscepticism – An Exception that Disproves the Rule?

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By Markus Ketola and Johan Nordensvärd Euroscepticism – the range of critical arguments and sentiments against the economic and political project of the European Union – is on the rise across the 27 member states. As next year’s European Parliament elections are nearing, there is … Continue reading

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Jul 15 2013

The Euro crisis in online media: civic resilience and social innovation in Sweden

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by Julie Uldam and Anne Kaun While Scandinavian countries may be coping with the Euro crisis relatively better than most other European countries, they are far from unaffected. Nonetheless, the mainstream media have represented Scandinavia and Sweden as prime examples … Continue reading

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