Hiring Discrimination Is Greater in France and Sweden Than in the U.S.
But even in "low-discrimination countries," white applicants still fare better in job interviews, according to new research.
Beatrice Fihn Is Banning Nuclear Weapons, With or Without Us
The Swedish anti-nuclear activist led the United Nations to adopt the first legally binding global nuclear ban. Now, she's changing the culture.
Sweden Passes Ambitious Climate Law to Be Carbon Neutral by 2045
Sweden is one of just three European countries with climate policies in line with the goals of the Paris Agreement.
Climate Change and GDP: Is 55 Degrees America’s Economic Breaking Point?
A new study predicts some countries might receive an economic boost from climate change—but the U.S. isn’t one of them.
Explaining Gentrification: Real Estate Bubble Trouble in Stockholm
As the problems in Sweden's capital demonstrate, the issue of housing supply isn't nearly as critical as that of housing demand.