Niclas Rolander
Digital crime in Sweden has doubled since 2021 and become a growing risk for the Nordic economy.
Jun 22, 2024
Ditching paper money makes Sweden a haven for digital criminals
Digital crime in Sweden has doubled since 2021 and become a growing risk for the Nordic economy.
The Oresundsverket natural gas-fired power plant, operated by Uniper, in Malmo, Sweden
WORLD / Politics
Apr 26, 2024
Sweden plans for worst-case scenario: War spreading in Europe
Russia's invasion of Ukraine has prompted Sweden to prepare for any possible contingency, including war coming to Europe.
Swedish soldiers take part in the changing of the guard ceremony at the Royal Palace in Stockholm on Thursday.
WORLD / Politics
Mar 8, 2024
Sweden’s NATO accession unlocks defense options to fend off Russia
Becoming a full member removes any ambiguity about whether the alliance would defend Sweden in the event of an attack, and vice versa.
A construction crane beyond an apartment building at dusk in the Prenzlauer Berg district in Berlin, in February.
BUSINESS / Economy
Nov 3, 2023
Europe’s great housing crisis is only getting started
With housing already tight, the situation threatens to weigh on growth and further stoke political tensions as shortages squeeze more and more voters.
Japan Times
May 14, 2023
Posing as Islamists, Russian hackers take aim at Sweden
A series of coordinated cyberattacks by suspected Russian hackers intended to jeopardize Sweden's chances of joining NATO have been disrupting its biggest companies.
Japan Times
Apr 24, 2023
World military spending rises to record as insecurity swells
Defense expenditure increased by 3.7% in real terms to reach a record high of $2.24 trillion in 2022, said the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute.
Japan Times
May 16, 2022
NATO prepares to add Finland and Sweden to its northern defenses
Most NATO foreign ministers have embraced the bloc's northern enlargement, a process that requires unanimity among the 30 allies.
Japan Times
Jan 9, 2021
Pandemic showcases corner of Europe derided by Trump advisers
Denmark, Norway, Sweden and Finland have suffered a smaller economic setback during the COVID-19 crisis than the eurozone or the U.K.


Akiko Trush says her experience with the neurological disorder dystonia left her feeling like she wanted to chop her own hand off.
The neurological disorder that 'kills culture'