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internationally

International orientering in the present.

Wergeland's many sides

Henrik Wergeland started his writing career with anti-Semitic Jewish pieces. But he died as "Allah's sincere worshiper". Here are the jubilant's little-known pages.

Feminism's new spring

The Norwegian feminist movement is criticized for being distant, narrow-minded and inclusive. Are the Sex and Single Life Girls the Feminists of Our Time?

- Yes to district support, no to industrial agriculture

The Common Council for Africa's proposal on how Norway can help solve the global food crisis splits the Small Farmers' Union and the Bondelaget.

In place in Kabul

Last week, the UN's new Afghanistan envoy, Kai Eide, met George W. Bush in the United States. Eide answers the Taliban and calls those in Norway who do not see progress as "blind".

Controversial sterilization

Norway has supported active sterilization of hundreds of thousands of Indians. Norad will
do nothing, but KrF and SV demand answers.

The dark history of Norway

Several million Indian women may have been pressured to sterilize themselves with Norwegian money. It reveals New Time in this week's issue.

Sixties without filter

1968 must be demythologized. It was in fact a terrible year.

Assistance goes to war

Western countries are increasingly spending their money on countries where they also fight. In a world where military invasion is renamed humanitarian intervention, where has the humanitarian space become?

Current: Audun Lysbakken

Audun Lysbakken will give SV a much needed vitamin injection during this weekend's World on the Left conference.

Intellectual revolution. Now!

We need to wreck the totalitarian thoughts of the 68 rebellion. But the need for a settlement with, and a rebellion against, today's adopted truths is at least as great as 40 years ago.

To flag with the Constitution

The Oslo mayor has opened a multitude of flags 17. May. But on Constitution Day, it's time for a home match.

With happiness in your eyes

Before, illegal immigrants went back and forth across the border. Today they are getting stuck in the US.
Fidel Castro Cuba

The failure of the Bay of Pigs

When John F. Kennedy incited Cuban refugees to the invasion of Pig Bay just over 40 years ago, the CIA believed the "liberators" would be greeted by cheering Cubans. That's not how it went, says Arnljot Løseth, associate professor of history at Volda University College.