1 av 2
2 av 2
Fredrik Reinfeldt (l) and George Bush

Radio Sweden Tuesday

Sweden’s Defence minister says there’s no need for peacetime conscription, is this the beginning of the end for national service here?

We examine Swedish-US relations in the wake of the Prime Minister’s meeting with President Bush.

And one of Stockholm’s most famous landmark’s celebrates its 100th anniversary.

Closing Music: Shout Out Louds ”Tonight I Have to leave it”

Sweden’s Defence Minister says he thinks this country’s compulsory National Service should be only used in times of war. And if such a situation was to arise, he says women too should be conscripted. Gaby Katz has more:

Swedish Prime Minister Fredrick Reinfeldt kicked off a visit to the United States on Monday. On Tuesday he met President George Bush in Washington. On the agenda - cooperation and investment in environmental technology and the development of biofuels. But how significant is this invitation to the White House? Mark Cummins has the details:

One of Stockholm’s most famous landmarks is celebrating its 100th Anniversary this summer. What started as one man’s vision of a museum by ”the people, for the people” is now one of Stockholm’s most popular destinations. Juan Navas has more about the Nordic Museum:

Our journalism is based on credibility and impartiality. Swedish Radio is independent and not affiliated to any political, religious, financial, public or private interests.
Du hittar dina sparade avsnitt i menyn under "Min lista".