The Scandinavian countries are proud of the image they project to the world. They are peaceful, they fulfill their international duties and they do their best to solve other countries’ problems. Is it a contradiction, then, that Norway and Sweden both host thriving defense industries?
September 11, 2001, was a horrible experience for all of us, but how was it felt in the world of trade and finance, whose throbbing heart and center was The Twin Towers? This article was researched and written six months after the attacks.