Browsing Category: Analysis

Six years after our analysis “Severe tensions between Nato, Russia and Ukraine could lead to a greater war”

A widening of the conflict in Ukraine could take Europe to the verge of a much greater war. Therefore there are human rights concerns over a wide-ranging escalation of the current Nato-Russian conflict. Even if a greater war would be avoided, the expected civilian loses and corresponding suffering in a variety of countries affected by […]

Aims Sweden to be a superpower in the Baltic Region?

By Prof. Marcelo Ferrada de Noli Chair, Swedish Professors and Doctors for Human Rights SWEDHR   On Carl Bildt’s vision regarding “Sweden should be a superpower” –Is the Baltic Region a target for Sweden geopolitical desires? This is the second background article preceding my upcoming paper on allegations of interference by NATO Intelligence operations via […]

Sweden’s ‘herd immunity’ strategy reaches world’s highest death-toll rate. Same economy losses than ‘lockdown’ neighbour countries

By Prof. med dr Marcello Ferrada de Noli. Swedish Public-Heath Epidemiology professor emeritus. Former Research Fellow at Harvard Medical School.   What are, so far, the results of Sweden’s self-styled strategy of combating the COVID-19 pandemic? About a month ago, Sweden’s ambassador to the United States, Karin Ulrika Olofsdotter, said that “About 30 percent of […]

Sweden’s geopolitical paradox in the ASAP Rocky affair

By Professor Marcello Ferrada de Noli, Chief editor at The Indicter magazine.   “I just want to say, what I experienced it’s crazy.” – ASAP Rocky at his “first performance following Sweden arrest”, 11 Aug 2019. “An example of systemic racism.” – White rapper G-Eazy referring to ASAP Rocky’s three-week detention in a Swedish prison […]