Stockholm Syndrome: How Immigrants Are Changing Sweden's Welfare State

2014-05-19 Foreign Affairs

“Immigration has meant that Sweden has imported a bunch of social and economic problems that to a degree didn’t exist before,” Tino Sanandaji said in an interview with Foreign Affairs, adding that "for a number of reasons -- a long period of peace, a homogenous population -- Sweden has had a unique combination of welfare, growth, and equality. That idyll is to a certain degree over.”

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