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John Y. Jones

Cand. Philol, freelance journalist affiliated with MODERN TIMES

Today it is Assange. Who's next?

THE ABUSE OF POWER: What will the arrest of Assange mean for freedom of the press and respect for law?

"When did the description of reality become anti-Semitic?"

US Congress Representative Ilhan Omar is accused of anti-Semitism.

More than her husband's wife

Anna Lisbet Christina Palme is dead, 87 years old. It is more than 30 years since she became a widow, yet the chronologists are characterized by the murder of her husband. But Lisbet Palme deserves headlines for what she did in life.

No longer valid?

Former Minister for Integration Listhaug boasted that "Norway today has Europe's strictest immigration policy". The contrast to the national hero Nansen's humanitarian work after the First World War could hardly be greater?

Damning rhetoric

The media's demonization of North Korea has made us stupid. What will the world say when the devil Kim and the mad Trump receive the Nobel Peace Prize?

North and South Korea can come together – with Russia's help

In recent months, talks have been held between Russia and South Korea to establish new and peaceful development processes in the area. 

Johan Galtung: Security does not give peace – peace gives security

Ny Tid has visited the peace research's founder Johan Galtung in his home in Spain. Now he is 87 – and still in full vigor.

Dag Hammarskjöld, seer and explorer

The official and the spirit man Dag Hammarskjöld were not opposites but enriched each other mutually, according to his biographer Roger Lipsey.

Time to see Korea

It has been completely under the radar of Western media that there has just been a revolution in South Korea.