Tag: Simon Moser

  • New: Saddam Hussein, the Iraq War and the pursuit of weapons of mass destruction

    New: Saddam Hussein, the Iraq War and the pursuit of weapons of mass destruction

    The UN wants to see evidence to field an international force. In the US, pressure is mounting on President George W Bush to go to war regardless of what the UN says. It will be a dramatic time with major changes in the Middle East, which will affect the entire world. Cast: Hans Blix, head […]

  • This is how the war in Ukraine changed Sweden.

    This is how the war in Ukraine changed Sweden.

    In this broadcast, we hear some of the spring’s best reports. We hear about how Putin’s war in Ukraine has once again raised the issue of shelters in Sweden. How do we in Sweden stand equipped for a Russian attack with nuclear weapons? How is it that Sweden ended politics so quickly when it came […]

  • This is how Putin’s war creates famine and new conflicts

    This is how Putin’s war creates famine and new conflicts

    Putin’s war of aggression has turned the world’s eyes on Ukraine, but it has also had consequences for other parts of the world. As a result of Russia’s blockade of Ukrainian ports in Odessa in the Black Sea, the price of grain and other food is rising sharply. Why is it like that? Russia and […]

  • Dialogue or rubber bullets when riots erupt

    Dialogue or rubber bullets when riots erupt

    Swedish dialogue strategy after the Gothenburg riotsConflict tells how the Swedish dialogue strategy developed after the Gothenburg riots in 2001, and how it has been very successful in preventing demonstrations from degenerating. But during the Easter riots of 2022 when the right-wing extremist Rasmus Paludan, known for his Koran burning, manifested, it became very violent […]

  • The Swedes in the Finnish Winter War

    The Swedes in the Finnish Winter War

    A documentary by: Simon Moser. Executive Producer: Amanda Rydman. Published: 2012. This is a slightly abbreviated version from 2022.

  • NATO’s democracy problem

    NATO’s democracy problem

    Cast: John Boltonformer security adviser to Donald Trump, Paul LevinTurkey expert at Stockholm University, Sinan Ulgenformer Turkish diplomat and today linked to the think tank Carnegie Europe, Muriel DomenachFrance’s NATO Ambassador, Pierre Morcosat the Research Organization, Center for Strategic and International Studies, in Washington, Hisyar Özsoythe Kurdish party HDP’s head of foreign affairs, Aron EmilssonSweden […]

  • Putin’s war splits the peace movement

    Putin’s war splits the peace movement

    Cast: Jana PuglierinGerman security analyst at the European Council on Foreign Relations, Alexander KroneGerman commander, Fredrik Egefurresearchers on pacifism, Lova Olssonpolitical reporter at Ekot, Martina Skrakleft party artist, Svante Olsonformer left-wing party artist, Jonas Hinnforspolitical scientist, Martin Smedjebackactivist, Agnes Hellströmchairman of Svenska Freds Host: Firas [email protected] Reporter: Caroline Salzinger and Simon Moser Technician: Stina Fagerberg […]

  • To risk dying for his country

    To risk dying for his country

    Cast: Douglas Wiseintelligence officer and instructor, Taras Borovokcomposer Ukrainian Army, Yurii Sheliazhenko, Ukrainian pacifist, Daniel Jonsson, research leader at the Swedish Defense Research Agency, Henrik Landerholm, Director-General of the Agency for Psychological Defense, Thomas Persson, Home Guard soldier. Host: Robin [email protected] Reporters: Simon Moser, Maria Persson LöfgrenTechnician: Karl Björnsson, Tim Kellerman Producer: David [email protected]

  • The Palm Investigation from the inside part 6/7: Win or lose

    The Palm Investigation from the inside part 6/7: Win or lose

    As early as March 6, 1986, six days after the murder of Palme, an anonymous SÄPO commissioner spoke in Svenska Dagbladet and said that “the police are chasing Kurds with a blowtorch”. That flame has since gotten hotter and hotter and getting closer and closer. Operation Alfa is the biggest crackdown in the investigation into […]

  • The Palm Investigation from the Inside Part 5/7: The Wedding Talks

    The Palm Investigation from the Inside Part 5/7: The Wedding Talks

    Through illegal eavesdropping on the Kurdish book café, the Police have access to a large number of hours of, among other things, telephone calls. Hans Holmér is looking for passwords. Could “wedding” mean “assassination”? But there is a big crux for reconnaissance leader Hans Holmér. He finds no connection to Sveavägen, to the murder scene. […]

  • The palm investigation from the inside part 4/7: Summer on the roof

    The palm investigation from the inside part 4/7: Summer on the roof

    The hot summer causes the reconnaissance line to move up to the roof of the police station. The PKK track is getting hot. Hans Holmér shows a large paper for the DN journalist Ann-Marie Åsheden. It shows the investigations made by the police. “A gang of robbers”, says reconnaissance leader Holmér. Now Hans Holmér begins […]

  • The Palm Investigation from the inside part 3/7: The crucial weapon tip

    The Palm Investigation from the inside part 3/7: The crucial weapon tip

    The weeks go by after the murder of Olof Palme. Hans Holmér freezes and has difficulty concentrating. He has worked for over a month in a row, but is still heavily criticized. Holmér secretly tells Ann-Marie Åsheden that he is considering even stepping down from his assignment. The number of documents in the investigation already […]

  • The palm investigation from the inside part 2/7: Hans Holmér and the 40 candles

    The palm investigation from the inside part 2/7: Hans Holmér and the 40 candles

    A witness describes a German-speaking man with a walkie-talkie outside the cinema where Prime Minister Olof Palme saw his last film. Turkish newspapers name Kurds who could be guilty. It is Hans Holmér’s job to prioritize among the various tasks. He is both a reconnaissance leader and an investigation leader at the same time – […]

  • The Palme Inquiry from the inside part 1/7: Olof Palme’s last hours

    The Palme Inquiry from the inside part 1/7: Olof Palme’s last hours

    One week into the murder investigation, DN journalist Ann-Marie Åsheden begins a project that is unparalleled. She will secretly follow the Palme Inquiry from within, through daily interviews with the reconnaissance leader Holmér. For 36 years, the 90 cassette tapes with unique recordings from the Palme Inquiry’s first year have been locked up. No one […]