Fearful of violent gangs, Denmark is getting even tougher on immigration
John Henley and Wolfgang Münchau ask if Norway’s relationship with the EU can be hailed as a blueprint to the UK post-Brexit
The Nordic nations are held up as exemplars to small nations, so could they offer a blueprint for an independent Scotland?
The Swedish government will distribute a brochure in May to 4.7 million homes, giving details on how to react to a foreign invasion
Will Finland’s “Universal Basic Income” take off?
Finland celebrates 100 years of independence this Wednesday. We find out how it came about, and what the nation has achieved since
Jeff Lewis and Brian Milner ask if, when it comes to energy, Norway and Alberta could learn a thing or two about each other’s management