Is Sweden Ungovernable?

By On October 10, 2018

Is Sweden Ungovernable?

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Is Sweden Ungovernable?

The rise of populist parties has made it nearly impossible to form governments across Europeâ€"and the deadlock only fuels support for populists.

By Emily Schultheis |
A Swedish flag is seen in Malmo on June 6, 2015. (Harry Engels/Getty Images) A Swedish flag is seen in Malmo on June 6, 2015. (Harry Engels/Getty Images)
Emily Schultheis is a freelance journalist based in Berlin, where she writes about European elections and the rise of populism. @emilyrs

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