To The Frontline and Beyond. Portraits of Swedish War Correspondents

PART 3: Niclas Hammarström & Magnus Falkehed In a new interview series, The Perspective sat down with four Swedish foreign correspondents to discuss the contrasting realities of peace and conflict, and their own thoughts on the clashes they cover. Parts 1 (Johan-Mathias Sommarström) and 2 (Terese Cristiansson) were published in

To The Frontline and Beyond. Portraits of Swedish War Correspondents

PART 2: Terese Cristiansson In a new interview series, The Perspective sat down with four Swedish foreign correspondents to discuss the contrasting realities of peace and conflict, and their own thoughts on the clashes they cover. Part 1 (Johan-Mathias Sommarström) was published in The Perspective Magazine Issue 1/2021, while Part

▶︎ Unpacking Russian Social Media: If You Like Privacy, Tell Your Friends About It

What does the future hold for Telegram? In the last episode of the series, we discuss the importance of privacy for Telegram and what the consequences of the app’s agreement with the Russian state might be. What happens with the audience when privacy suddenly isn’t the main focus? What would

When Good Intentions Are Not Enough: The Issues Surrounding the Controversial Vote On Article 13 Of The EU Copyright Directive

Many of us have heard about Article 13 on websites like YouTube, Google and Reddit. The majority of discussion surrounding Article 13 is focused on whether or not the EU directive will curtail freedoms to share content such as memes or information. Contrary to popular belief, the EU is, fortunately,

▶︎ Anna Puzanova: Are Russian Women Out Of Control?

Are Russian women out of control? Anna Puzanova talks in Voices of UPF about how elements of Russian society reacted to the female empowerment campaigns of clothing brands like Reebok. The campaign’s most provocative slogans were received negatively by Russian feminist organisations. The ‘how’ and ‘why’ are discussed by Anna.