Disarmed Sweden has few options in face of Russian aggression
Recent polls indicate that more Swedes now want their country to join Nato than those who want it to remain outside the alliance. In the Swedish political landscape, this represents something of an earthquake, upsetting a traditional consensus on non-alignment. And it is the obvious result of mounting pressures from Russia. But Nato membership is likely far off – as is the prospect of revitalising Sweden’s gutted military.
Sensing a growing concern from the population about national security, opposition parties in Sweden have begun changing their traditional hands-off attitude towards Nato. While the Liberal Party has been pro-Nato for years, the Christian Democrats switched their sta...
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