One evening, a man recently called home from China. He presented himself as a former right-hand man and, according to his speech, he had hardly refused to serve during the flight. It is far from China to Norway.
Recently, a group of people knocked on the door to Norway. They were not European and had cut skin on their fingers. They were most likely "dublin". That is, they have applied for asylum in another country and have been rejected.
With desert Stormer Tariq Ali and Thorvald Steen have revived the hope of cross-border cooperation. Unfortunately, today's Norwegian 10-year-olds are trained to have a completely different perspective.
It is impossible to discuss the surveillance community without referring George Orwells novel 1984 which came out in 1948. In his society, Big Brother, the state power, is a totalitarian power that monitors the individual around the clock.
Debate: Under the title "Ministry of Foreign Affairs on wild roads", Ny Tid's development editor Dag Herbjørnsrud (August 25) writes that I, the Minister of Foreign Affairs and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs "continue the mission for Norwegian values" – as if we are trying to push the world our model and our way do things on.
Full 100-page MODERN TIMES including the appendix Orientering and Modern Times Review comes out quarterly (March 1, June 1, September 1 and December 1) with international book reviews, essays and comments – in addition to the physical newspaper and PDF, the articles are eventually published online here (see also the monthly newsletter).