Monday At Noon (in Swedish)

August 15, 2011

From March 1990 until September 1991 a new grassroots movement spontaneously grew in Sweden, consisting of hundreds of thousands of sympathizers. “Monday at noon” was spread not only throughout Norrmalmstorg in Stockholm but over the entire country, creating broad citizen support for a single goal: Estonia’s, Latvia’s and Lithuania’s freedom. This new edition of the book, which was originally […]

Time for a Strong Defense – NATO is Waiting for Sweden (in Swedish)

January 7, 2014

2013 was an eventful year for Swedish defense policy. It started off with a debate on the “one week defense”, which argued that the Swedish military would only be able to safeguard their borders for one week in the case of a military intervention. This was then followed by a discussion of “the Russian Easter”, after it was revealed that […]

Clash of Civilizations? (in Swedish)

November 11, 2013

In the summer of 1993, Foreign Affairs published  “Clash of Civilizations?” by Samuel P. Huntington. “Clash of Civilizations?” launched the theory of a new world order after the Cold War where cultural and religious identities would be the primary sources of conflict. Huntington believed that future wars would mainly take place between the Western, Muslim and […]

Ten Years With Putin (in Swedish)

December 29, 2014

On November 16th, The Free World Forum released a Swedish translation of Boris Nemtsov’s and Vladimir Milov’s report Ten Years with Putin. In this report, two of Russia’s leading Putin critics paint a picture of a country who, during the past decade, has found itself in a state of decline. Corruption and crime has increased […]