The usual military parades for Victory Day in Russia have been canceled in several regions. How is Putin doing? Hear Gudrun PerssonRussia expert and research leader at FOI, Total Defense Research Institute, and Stig Fredriksonauthor and Russia connoisseur.
Ünal Çeviköz, from the CHP party, is believed to become foreign minister if the Turkish opposition wins the election next Sunday and he is positive about Swedish membership in NATO. Correspondent Johan-Mathias Sommarström have met him.
Yesterday, King Charles was crowned in Westminster Abbey in London with pomp and circumstance and today it is a public holiday in the whole of Great Britain. Hear London Correspondent Stephanie Zakrisson about the highlights from the coronation and the evening’s tribute concert.
It is time to evaluate our membership in the EU, says Sweden Democrats party leader Jimmie Åkesson. But why is SD questioning EU membership now? Political scientist Sofie Blombäckat Mittuniversitetet in Sundsvall, explains.
Chronicle of Katarina Barrling about Emile Zola and he might have said about the train drivers’ strike.
The panel with Kajsa KettilBorås newspaper, Peter WennbladSvenska Dagbladet and Ilona HäyrynenThe work, about, among other things, the evening’s party leader debate – which parties have the most to win, respectively lose?
The jury system in Swedish courts has survived despite harsh criticism. Hannah Werthchairman of Sweden’s Association of Judges, demands a change to guarantee the independence of the judiciary.
What do tall buildings actually do to us humans? A modern lighthouse, a signal of prosperity or forward movement? We take a closer look at the Karlatornet in Gothenburg, which the citizens of Gothenburg jokingly call the Gylfen.
Afghanistan supplies the world with 85 percent of the world’s opium, according to the UN, but there is also widespread drug abuse in the country. Report by South Asia Correspondent Naila Saleemwho met addicts in a hospital in Kabul.
The new law on compulsory registration of cats seems to have raised the cat’s status as a pet. Lars Werdelinprofessor at the National Museum of Natural History, talks about the cat – our most common pet.
Crap off Emil Jensen thinking back to his high school days.
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