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Pelle Neroth Taylor

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Pelle Neroth Taylor

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Will the proxy conflict in Ukraine become a hot war? Will currently calm Scandinavia become the next zone of geopolitical conflict? Will the unpopular establishment governments in Europe fall like skittles to populist insurgent movements capitalising on widespread disquiet over immigration and rising prices? Will the EU succeed in muzzling the independent media, for exposing truths the elites don't want you to know? These and other geopolitical matters are are […]



Pelle Neroth Taylor started his career writing for the Economist from the Baltic States in the early 1990s, a time of post-communist chaos in eastern Europe. He has been a close and interested observer of European current affairs ever since. Having lived in Brussels, Prague, London (his native city) and now Sweden, he has had articles published in the Lancet, New Scientist, the Sunday Times, Financial Times and the European. He also worked editing shifts at the Guardian, the Times, the FT Group, and the Independent on Sunday. For ten years he was a columnist on European affairs for E&T magazine. Since spending more time in Sweden, he has made several documentary films, two of which are featured on Amazon Prime (Sweden, Dying to be Multicultural and Cancel Nation), and written several ebooks, including What did you do in the war Sweden? and the Life and Death of Olof Palme. He lives in a small Swedish town with his girlfriend and a twelve-year-old cat.

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