At a time of mounting concerns about cybersecurity, remember it's always your own government that's the greatest threat.
The Swedish saying got lost in translation.
The sabotage of the investigation of allegations against Julian Assange by the Swedish and UK governments could provide the basis for a UN committee decision about his detention.
It's become clear that the Swedish and UK governments will do virtually anything to ensure the investigation of Julian Assange never proceeds.
Crikey's writer-at-large flits about Europe and discovers our post-capitalist future.
How Australians subsidise Kiwi wine. And other business tidbits of the day.
Movie theatres in Sweden are going to rate films as to whether they pass the "Bechdel test". Women's Agenda journalist Jordi Roth reports on what this could mean for women's equality -- on and off screen.
There's nothing like parental leave. Go to a movie, play squash, wash the car -- all these activities lie on the same plane. Put "be with your child" in it, you'll see the difference.
Paid parental leave is actually quite a conservative policy that erodes women's rights and entrenches gender division. Just look at Sweden's generous scheme for evidence of that.
Claims that it would be easier for the US to extradite Julian Assange from Sweden than from the UK don't stack up. Swedish legal academic Mark Klamberg explains why.