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Professor Stefan Hedlund
General Stanislaw Koziej
The Baltic Sea is an unlikely place to find Chinese warships. Their presence at joint naval exercises with the Russian navy went well beyond showing the flag.
Prince Michael of Liechtenstein
At this historic juncture, leaders of the European
Union should awaken to the fact that Europe’s strength has always been its
common cultural heritage and its diversity. The way out of the EU’s current bind
is through expanding regional cooperation and replacing centralistic,
market-strangling regulations with robust, friendly competition.
Recent polls indicate that more Swedes now want their country to join Nato than those who want it to remain outside the alliance. In the Swedish political landscape, this represents something of an earthquake, upsetting a traditional consensus on non-alignment. And it is the obvious result of mounting pressures from Russia. But Nato membership is likely far off – a...