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

Coronavirus and Persian Literary Humanism

This article is a contribution from Mehdi Ghavideldostkohi, lecturer and Persian language instructor at Lund University’s Center for Middle Eastern Studies. It covers a fascinating relation between Persian literature and the current pandemic outbreak – and what this means for human affinity. Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sánchez, while announcing the extension of

▶︎ Integration or Return? A Panel on Afghan Migration & Return

[smart_track_player url=”https://radioaf.se/poddavsnitt/integration-or-return-a-panel-on-afghan-migrants-and-returnees” ] Listen to it on iTunes (UPF Lund) This episode is a collaborative project between UPF and the South Asian Studies Network (SASNET) at Lund University, based on a panel on Afghan migrants held this past October. Featuring migration experts and academics from various nongovernmental organizations all around

Voices on social media now in the crosshair for Turkey’s Erdoğan

Photo: Fredrik Fahlman Legal proceedings for opinions expressed on social media have become commonplace in Turkey. The number of prosecution charges for the crime Presidential insult has increased sixty-fold since Recep Tayyip Erdoğan became president of the country. Some have been silenced, others continue their struggle for freedom of expression.