When Sweden was deceived

October 1981: This basic support of the Russian submarine is by no means representative of the submarine activity in the Swedish archipelago, where Germany, the United Kingdom and the United States were also active. Despite hundreds of media reports, there is no evidence that Soviet submarines have violated Swedish territory since October 1881, according to US Secretary of Defense Weinberger.
October 1981: This basic support of the Russian submarine is by no means representative of the submarine activity in the Swedish archipelago, where Germany, the United Kingdom and the United States were also active. Despite hundreds of media reports, there is no evidence that Soviet submarines have violated Swedish territory since October 1881, according to US Secretary of Defense Weinberger.

The Swedish submarine war collects peace researcher Ola Tunander's long-standing work on alleged Russian submarines' violation of Swedish waters. The book is a 400-page colossal with small print where 50 of the pages make up a detailed note taking. It was launched at the Norwegian Foreign Policy Institute, NUPI, February 26.

Here Ola Tunander is seen on the left, and Sverre Lodgaard as second from the right. From the launch.

And let it be said right away: The Swedish submarine war can be read as a voltage book. Scientific detail and overwhelming source material do not hinder readability. At the presentation of the book, the former director at NUPI emphasized, Sverre Lodgaard, Tunander's language: «You write. . .

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