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Ola Tunander

Tunander is Professor Emeritus of PRIO. See also wikipedia, hos PRIO: , as well as a bibliography on Waterstone

Political task game from the Cold War cookbook

When the submarines show up in Swedish waters, the media immediately points to Moscow. The misleading campaigns appear almost like a parodic copy of the 1980 century policy.

How to trick a state

Norway's foreign policy after year 2000 has been characterized by a lot of ignorance. This probably also applies to the intervention in Libya.

Norway's responsibility for the Mediterranean disaster

VIDEO INTERVIEW: In Norway, you did not understand anything. The government believed they intervened to save human lives in Benghazi.

Snowden's choice

Already more than ten years ago, a person "who knows" told that the American National Security Agency (NSA) monitored everything – all phone calls, all e-mails. If you did not like that someone listened to ...

Massacre in Benghazi

Libyan opposition said the "genocide" had begun. The media trusted them. But according to Amnesty, the number killed at this time was a few hundred. Many were black immigrants slaughtered by racist rebels in Benghazi.