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Book Review: ‘The Almost Nearly Perfect People: Behind The Myth of The Scandinavian Utopia’ by Michael Booth


Booth’s writing style is effectively journalistic spiced with irony. Read More »

Interview with Dina Von Lowenkraft, Author of ‘Dragon Fire’

Dragon Fire cover

"Writing is a solitary process and a lot of hard work, so having a group of writing friends that all support each other is essential." Read More »

Book Review: Shadow on the Mountain by Margi Preus

During the Nazi regime, Espen grows physically and emotionally and becomes a spy for the resistance. Read More »

A Bullet Wound Named “Solidarity”

On July 22, 2011, Ina Libak was shot four times by a right wing extremist. She named her wounds after her core values. Read More »

India Versus Norway: Diplomatic Entanglement over Bringing up Children

Norway is in the headlines for separating the children of an Indian geoscientist from their parents. Read More »

The Battle of the Bulge and Fighting Global Hunger

Hunger continues to be the deadly companion of conflict and poverty around the globe. Read More »

Interview: Alain Homsy of the Norwegian Refugee Council in the Democratic Republic of the Congo

The Norwegian Refugee Council aids children in the conflict-torn Democratic Republic of the Congo with school feeding. Read More »

Bicycle Camping in Mexico, Colombia, and Beyond: An Interview with Andreas Hubl and Anita Burgholzer

Around the world like a snail with wheels... Read More »

Music Review: Einherjer – Norrøn

Fram! It's Viking metal. Read More »

Thoughts On Norway and the Famine in Somalia

Humanitarian compassion is what defines Norway as a nation. Read More »