When Steve Bannonvisits Swedenin the spring – if indeed he does – he will presumably hole up in a Stockholm hotel to receive like-minded anti-establishment conservatives and plot Trumpian tumult in northern Europe.
When Stefan Löfven met Donald Trump, the image of Sweden abroad was once again in the spotlight. This report from the Sveriges Radio show Godmorgon, världen! explores whether it's really possible to define the reputation of a small country like Sweden.
For an event at which the main attraction was the presence of not one but two heirs to European thrones, the security at Stockholm’s Fotografiska museum was distinctly low-key. Distinctly Swedish, you might say.
"Paul Rapacioli's book 'Good Sweden, Bad Sweden' (Volante) is an interesting study which combines an analysis of radical rightwing propaganda against the image of Sweden as a harmonic and successful nation with an exploration of the opportunities provided by the internet to quickly and effectively spread fake news..."