Elisabeth Braw directs the Modern Deterrence project at the Royal United Services Institute for Defence and Security Studies.
Ever since the coronavirus swept into Europe, everybody’s had an opinion about Sweden.
Specifically, the country’s decision not to impose a nationwide lockdown — a strategy that has resulted in a higher death toll than many of its neighbors — has been derided by many international observers as a libertarian approach that could only go wrong.
“Sweden’s COVID-19 policy is a model for the right. It’s also a deadly folly,” opined the Guardian’s Nick Cohen in May. “Sweden Tries Out a New Status: Pariah State,” …read more
Source:: European Voice