Sweden’s Elections Could Have a Big Foreign Policy Impact

Sweden’s Elections Could Have a Big Foreign Policy Impact
Ulf Kristersson, leader of the Moderate party, and Prime Minister Magdalena Andersson, leader of the Social Democrats, take part in a political debate, Eskilstuna, Sweden, Sept. 8, 2022 (TT photo by Christine Olsson via AP).

Swedish voters head to the polls on Sept. 11, with no clear sign of what the outcome will be, and the leading coalitions running neck-and-neck. The general election comes at a time of global geopolitical and economic instability due to the war in Ukraine, which has had a major impact on Sweden’s foreign policy orientation.

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