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Sweden's unique policy approach in this pandemic has been described as "freewheeling" in international news media, but it would be more accurate to call it balanced. Johan Giesecke, a world-renowned epidemiologist and advisor to the Swedish G

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https://www.paulcraigroberts.orgPaul Craig Roberts

The "reopenings" underway in 30 states in the US might be in words only just as the ballyhooed "open" Swedish economy is not open in fact and has been closed by non-participation.

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Is Sweden throwing caution to the wind and ignoring social distancing or are they being reasonable during the pandemic? The HighWire went to Sweden to get to the truth.

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Update (0400ET): Stefan Lofven, Sweden's prime minister, said today that after taking a "flexible" approach to restricting movements within its borders, the country's coronavirus measures were "not good enough."

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The number of children who rob other children has increased by 100% in only four years, according to a new study by Swedish police about reported violent crimes in which children under the age of 15 are both the victims and the perpetrators.

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The Swedish welfare state has often been praised by the left in the United States. After the migration crisis of 2015, however, when Sweden was flooded by Syrian refugee claimants, Sweden is now facing a welfare crisis that threatens the entire Swedi

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