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 […]

Integrity Initiative scandal reaches Sweden amidst deceiving media debate on Martin Kragh

By Prof. Marcello Ferrada de Noli, SWEDHR chairman. [Swedish version here] The exposures concerning the British Intelligence-related project “Integrity Initiative” name the head of the ‘Russia and Eurasia Program’ at the Swedish Institute of International Affairs, Martin Kragh, as the British organisation’s “Cluster Coordinator” for Sweden and Scandinavia. [1] Kragh’s inclusion in the organisation has […]

Sweden inflicted Trial by Media against Julian Assange

By Professor Marcello Ferrada de Noli* Contents: i) Introduction. Aims ii) Background A: The “duck pond”. Some aspects on the situation of Swedish journalists, iii) Background B: Sweden is not neutral. Media reports are mainly uniform, iv) The trial by media against Assange: a) Erroneous and information and deployment of disinformation, b) systematic omission of relevant information, c) character […]

Swedish Doctors for Human Rights rebuts statement by Amnesty Sweden on Assange case

By Professor Marcello Ferrada de Noli, Chairman of Swedish Doctors for Human Rights, Dr Nozomi Hayase in representation of The Indicter Editorial Board, Professor A­nders Romelsjö, SWEDHR vice-chairman, and Dr Lena Oske in representation of SWEDHR’s Board of Directors. This material was first published in SWEDHR Research & Reports The Swedish section of Amnesty International […]