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The assassination of Olof Palme and Nordic radical, anti-imperialist internationalism

The recent “revelations” about the investigation into the assassination of Olof Palme have brought little closure to Swedes but offer a necessary reminder to revive his radical political legacy

Covid-19 in Sweden Swedish communists condemn bid to shift burden of COVID-19 on to workers

The mitigation strategy of the Swedish state to fight COVID-19 without going for a lockdown has received widespread criticism. The government has also announced sops for corporates

Sweden communists Swedish communists’ autumn campaign focuses on youth concerns

Young workers and students in Sweden are facing multiple problems including joblessness, mental health issues, high rents and debt burden. Over 160.000 youth are unemployed

Sweden pilots strike Pilots walkout in strike at the Scandinavian Airlines

The pilots’ association had decided to strike over low wages and unpredictable work schedules if a deal was not arrived at by April 26

Ola Bini Noam Chomsky, Arundhati Roy and others ask Swedish PM to step up support for Ola Bini

The letter by activists, intellectuals and software developers calls on the Swedish government to intercede on the behalf of Ola Bini to ensure the release of the privacy activist

In Sweden, center-left coalition holds slender lead as far-right party advances

The Sweden Democrats, which won 63 seats in the recent polls ran a campaign blaming immigrants for gang violence in the country

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