Newsletter 5/2011

May 1st, 2011   Newsletters

EU’s soft power makes progress in the Balkans

  • In Venezuela Hugo Chávez is step by step dismantling democracy.
  • The AK Party got close to 50 percent in the Turkish election on June 12.
  • For the first time JHS has arranged educational seminars in Ghana.
  • JHS wish all subscribers of this newsletter a great summar!

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Newsletter 4/2011

April 1st, 2011   Newsletters

“Putin decides who will run for President”

  • Russia’s Duma and Presidential elections in December 2011 and March 2012.
  • Egyptian election – scarcity of eligible candidates.
  • New book about the Balkans to be released on May 12.

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Newsletter 3/2011

March 1st, 2011   Newsletters

“Ukraine Moving Further Away From Democracy”

  • Developments in Ukraine raise concerns. The legal system is eroding.
  • Interview: Ukraine is being “Putin-ized”, but still retains some independent media.
  • The Foundation has organized campaign training in the Seychelles.
  • Extensive spring schedule with education on three continents.

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Newsletter 2/2011

February 1st, 2011   Newsletters

“The hope for democracy replaced corruption and abuse of power”

  • Susanna Haby (Moderate Party MP) writes about her experience of Tunisia.
  • Glimpses from the Foundation’s activities on democracy and EU integration.
  • Calendar with all the activities during spring – in Sweden and abroad.

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Newsletter 1/2011

January 1st, 2011   Newsletters

“Increasingly bizarre statements from Belarusian Authorities”

  • Christian Holm is answering questions about the developments in Belarus
  • Workshop for writers organised by JHS. New classes to start in May.

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Newsletter 7/2010

September 1st, 2010   Newsletters

Visitors in the Election Campaign: Learning about Democracy

  • Invited by the Jarl Hjalmarson Foundation close to 200 foreign guests visited Sweden during this year’s election campaign.
  • Three popular seminars were arranged by the Foundation at the Göteborg Book Fair. The theme was: Internet Freedom!

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Newsletter 1-6/2010

June 1st, 2010   Newsletters

”We got results in all prioritised areas”

  • A summary of the Swedish EU-chairmanship
  • The Left would direct forign policy in a redgreen coalition, warns Ambassador Olof Ehrenkrona
  • Göran Lennmarker new chairman for the Foundation
  • Turkey in a Tough Spot – Military Officers Arrested
  • Eva Gustavsson on the significance of free elections
  • Continued Support to Belarusian Opposition
  • About the importance of freedom on the Internet
  • Moldova: Democracy Still Stands against Communism

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Newsletter 8-10/2009

December 1st, 2009   Newsletters

The fall of communism in the Baltic States

  • The story of an eye witness – text and photo by Bertil Persson
  • Gunilla Carlsson, Minister for Development Aid, about needed changes
  • Ewa Björling, Minister for Trade, about the EU-initiative “Aid for Trade”
  • Report: High ranked politicians discussed Eastern Europe
  • The Jarl Hjalmarson Foundation in 2009 & new staff at the Foundation

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Newsletter 4-7/2009

September 1st, 2009   Newsletters

The Master of Ideology

  • Nigel Ashford about the ideology education
  • How to renew the European Union: Reports from the field and the books
  • Eva Gustavsson on Latin American and much more
  • A multitude of activities organised by the Hjalmarson Foundation

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Newsletter 1-3/2009

March 1st, 2009   Newsletters

“Building Democracy is even more important in times of financial crises”

  • Margaretha af Ugglas about the financial crises and the Foundation
  • Gunilla Carlsson about the shrinking Swedish development aid
  • Eva Gustavsson on the strategy for future projects
  • Visions & views: about Turkey, the Baltic states and Africa

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