Browsing Category: April 2020

Swedish journalists infringing Universal Declaration of Human Rights on Freedom of Expression Regardless of Frontiers

By Marcello Ferrada de Noli, Swedish professor emeritus of public health sciences esp. epidemiology, former Research Fellow at Harvard Medical School. A Swedish professor Cecilia Soderberg-Naucler has been harshly criticized for sharing an article on Sweden’s failed coronavirus strategy not because of its content, but because it was published by RT. An exceptionally talented Swedish […]

While NATO’s member countries express reluctance to Article 5 obligations, Swedish government increases its collaboration

By Pål Steigan Presentation by Prof. Anders Romelsjö: This article was originally published in Norwegian on 18 April 2020 with the title “Liten støtte for «Artikkel 5» i NATOs medlemsland“. I translated into Swedish and republished with the author’s permission, which also authorized this translation done  by The Indicter Magazine. The article is an excerpt […]

Sweden’s flawed coronavirus battle plan hits the poor & elderly, resulting in the worst death count among Nordic countries

By Marcello Ferrada de Noli, professor emeritus of public health sciences esp. epidemiology (Sweden).  Former research fellow at Harvard Medical School. This article was first published in RT, 10 April 2020 In only three days, the total fatalities in Sweden caused by the current epidemic rose from 477 to 803. Although the problem started roughly […]

Assange’s Extradition: Covid-19 Brings Death Sentence to Free Speech

  By Nozomi Hayase. Ph.D. Associate Editor at The Indicter Magazine. Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, with the world screeched to a halt, the prosecution of WikiLeaks publisher Julian Assange continues. At the case management court hearing on Tuesday, April 7, Judge Vanessa Baraitser ruled that Julian Assange’s extradition hearing would resume in May as previously […]