Lars Tragardh

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Last January David Cameron organised the UK Nordic Baltic summit, at which his personal friendship with the Swedish prime minister and fellow Conservative leader, Fredrik Reinfeldt, was clearly matched by a growing interest in that favourite of left-leaning thinkers, the Swedish model. This week, the same group of leaders met once again, this time under the title Northern Future Forum.

What are we to make of Cameron’s interest in Sweden, given its historical association with social democracy and a vaguely socialist “cradle-to-grave” welfare safety net? The simple answer is that, in recent years, Sweden has received just as much attention for successfully handling its economy through the global crisis.…  Seguir leyendo »