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bureaucracy

A mental and military turning point

GERMANY: How 'war-ready' should a country be? With a number of top positions in international politics, crisis management and security, security expert Carlo Masala is regarded as an undeniable authority in the field.

The peculiar forms of repression in the Soviet Union

iDEOLOGY: MODERN TIMES brings, due to today's attention to Russia, a look at the Soviet Union 50 years ago. In the book from 1972, Herbert Marcuse describes and assesses the conditions, condition and possibilities of the Soviet Union – and Soviet Marxism as an ideology.

Destructive criticism of Sweden

Assange: Bureaucratic co-criminals – this is how a new book by Nils Melzer describes Sweden's handling of Julian Assange. Swedish Stina Oscarson reviews – and is ashamed.

Where does all the health money go?

Doctor Tore Næs is critical of the health priorities of health politicians and asks where all the money allocated really goes.

Russia's "agents": Civil society and survival

What happens to Russia's civil society when non-governmental organizations are banned for foreign aid?

Socialist perspective

If man is not given the opportunity to work for a rational and humanistic goal, the individual will instead fall victim to the irrational and devilish visions of dictators and demagogues.