Into Europe with the SAP
Sweden as an EU member state
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Although Bildt's government was short-lived, the impact of Swedish politics and society was not insignificant. When the Social Democrats returned to power, they steered Sweden into the EU. This presented a particular challenge to neutrality for a European Union that had ambitions to develop a common security policy.

The social construction of Swedish neutrality

Challenges to Swedish identity and sovereignty


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