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In memory of Nawal El-Saadawi

Obituary: Uncompromisingly, she spoke the power opposite. Now she is gone, 89 years old. Author, physician and feminist Nawal El-Saadawi wrote for MODERN TIMES from June 2009.

What is security today?

Debate: If we want peace, we must prepare for peace, not war. In the preliminary party programs, no party in the Storting is in favor of disarmament.

Do not take into account what damage the wind turbines can cause?

CHRONICLE: Has the wind power developer on Haramsøya grossly neglected? This is the opinion of the resource group that says no to local development of wind turbines. The development may interfere with radar signals used in air traffic.

Sweden and England were democracies

Notification: The treatment of Julian Assange is a legal disaster that began in Sweden and continued in the United Kingdom. If the United States manages to get Assange extradited, it could prevent the publication of information about the great power in the future.

Of course, ordinary people can fight corruption!

The 15MpaRato campaign: The Bankia case is a good example of how ordinary people can ensure that people in power are held accountable for crimes.

"Immunological disability"

PANDEMIC: Perhaps the fear of bacteria and viruses in the future will increasingly lead to a disease preparedness characterized by totalitarian surveillance and control. A blind trust in vaccinations can lead to a phasing out of the human own immune system.

Open letter to Minister of Justice Monica Mæland

PROTEST: Smooth cell and sky-high fines became the state's response to a peaceful celebration.

Professor Mads Andenæs: "Assange is exposed to several human rights violations"

WEBINAR: Oxford professor Liora Lazarus reminded of the situation for Julian Assange. "Human rights are not for the flawless, but for all."

Those with power and authority have always wanted to cut the whistleblowers

Notification: MODERN TIMES's appendix ORIENTERING is devoted to warning and truth.