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Link to Swedish Domestic Politics?

Reader comment on item: A Quiet Clash at the Swedish Foreign Ministry

Submitted by Alex (United States), Nov 14, 2014 at 16:47

While I understand that Dr.Pipes' discussions were with the Swedish foreign ministry, the recent blog post on this site concerning "no-go zones" in some of Sweden's heavily Muslim communities makes me wonder whether this ministry has a strategy--however tacit--of assuaging Muslim political opinions at home via foreign policy. '

A similar dynamic seems to have been the case n the UK where former FM Jack Straw invited clashes with Israeli diplomats to appeal to his constituency.

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