In Radio Sweden Saturday, a look back at some of the stories we’ve been covering over the past week:
The Tsunami Commission releases a second report criticizing the Swedish response to the 2004 disaster.
In its annual report, the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute warns that the world should be keeping an eye on how the established nuclear powers are developing weapons.
China’s president visits Sweden, international environment ministers talk climate change in a meeting above the Arctic Circle, while foreign ministers from the Baltic region gathered at the opposite end of the country..
A guilty verdict that may actually make it easier for Swedes to share music illegally on the Internet.
Support from the right for same sex marriage, and the Stockholm police say not enough is being done to stop hate crimes.