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Sweden's NATO application is back on track this week after it and Finland reached a deal with Turkey - who promised to drop its opposition to them joining the military alliance. Plus, the Swedish central bank announced its biggest interest rate hike in decades in an effort to fight rising inflation.Also the country's defense minister announced that…
 
Also, we ask where Sweden's NATO application stands ahead of the summit in Madrid; find out how the Public Health Agency views the risk of monkeypox; and learn about how temperatures can vary within the same city. In this week's program, we speak to Nicholas Aylott, political scientist and associate professor of political science at Södertorn Unive…
 
Sweden's Spring Budget fell apart in Parliament this week due to a political fight over pensions. Find out how and why in this week's program. Plus, with elections coming this autumn, we take a closer look at municipalities, the part of local government here that deals with things like schools and elderly care.And inflation is up again. Hear how th…
 
We catch up with a young Ukrainian woman we met when she first arrived in Sweden in March and speak to the Swede who helped her settle in Stockholm. Also, we catch up with the final party leader debate in Parliament before the election. We meet the presenter of Sweden summer sing-a-long, Allsång på Skansen and tuck into #Swedengate, do Swedes still…
 
In June 1972, the UN came together in Stockholm to hold its first conference focusing on the environment. Now, 50 years later, the UN has convened an international, high level meeting in the Swedish capital to work towards a healthy planet. We speak to Jan Mårtensson, who was the Secretary-General of the Swedish national committee for the preparati…
 
Hopes of a quick process to make Sweden and Finland members of NATO have been dashed by a list of demands from Turkey. Meanwhile, Swedish Kurds are concerned about possible concessions from Sweden. In today's programme we hear more about that, and take a look at the history of Sweden's non-alignment, that was deserted last week when the NATO applic…
 
It's been an historic week as Sweden and Finland formally apply to join NATO, amid objections from Turkey. We look at the application in historical terms with political scientist Nicholas Aylott. We talk to the chair of the Social Democratic Youth League, whose members are disappointed with the decision, and ask the public what they think.Also, a r…
 
Today, Finland's prime minister and president came out officially in favor of Finland joining NATO. What does that mean for Sweden? Swedish Radio's defense correspondent, Mats Eriksson, parses the significance for Sweden of the announcement from the Finnish leadership.Also, we hear from one Ukrainian family who needs to move on after being put up i…
 
We discuss the definition of health care that can't be deferred. In this episode, we hear what kind of behavior Sweden might expect from Russia as Sweden and Finland contemplate whether to apply to join NATO. We also hear about an international donor conference for Ukraine, which is being hosted in Warsaw, and which Prime Minister Magdalena Anderss…
 
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