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Selected articles, books, websites and other resources on Europe.
How Swedes and Norwegians Broke the Power of the '1 Percent'
I began to learn that the Swedes and Norwegians paid a price for their standards of living through nonviolent struggle. There was a time when Scandinavian workers didn't expect that the electoral aren...
Norwegian Pension Fund Divests from Israeli Military Giant Elbit
The Norwegian Ministry of Finance has excluded the Israeli company Elbit Systems Ltd. from the Government Pension Fund - Global, on the basis of the Council on Ethics' recommendation. The Council on E...
Norwegian resistance movement: Connexipedia Article
Resistance to the occupation of Norway by Nazi Germany.
The Tragic Ironies of Breivik's Terror
We need to challenge neo-fascism and anti-Muslim bigotry, just as we need to challenge Islamism. But in both cases we also need to keep a sense of perspective about the nature of the threat.
US pressured Norway to arrest & extradite Snowden, seize all devices - documents
The US repeatedly asked Norway to detain and deport whistleblower Edward Snowden if he tried to enter its territory in the aftermath of his leaks on mass US global surveillance, Norwegian media reveal...
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Inside Halden, the most humane prison in the world
Amelia Gentleman visits Halden, the high-security jail in Norway
A look into the flagship prison of Norway, where recidivism after two years is only 20%, and the focus is on rehabilitation rather than punishment.
Norway lets fathers do their share
Paternity leave law has helped to create a quiet revolution in childcare
In Norway, twelve weeks of the forty six weeks of paid parental leave is reserved for the father. If he chooses not to take the leave the time and money is forfeit. The legislation is designed to prom...
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Vidkun Abraham Lauritz JonssÃ¸n Quisling (July 18, 1887- October 24, 1945) was a Norwegian army officer and politician, who served as President of occupied Norway. Today in Norway and other parts of t...
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Embassy Row Online
Contact names and numbers for all embassies to Canada and all Canadian embassies abroad.