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What happened to “the Arab Spring”?

These days, “the Arab Spring” is an expression that has almost an emetic effect on many of those who were most heavily...
Text: Ola Larsmo September 10 2014
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Welcome to the goldfish bowl

It has been obvious for some time now, perhaps 20 years or so, that the struggle for the freedom of speech is being...
Text: Ola Larsmo May 04 2014
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Voices from Burma

It is easy to forget that Burma, or Myanmar as it is now called, is a huge country. It is smaller than Turkey but bigger...
Text: Ola Larsmo March 13 2014
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PEN/Opp explores russia

The headlines in the Swedish newspapers are at the time of writing dominated by the news that Swedish Neo-Nazis have...
Text: Ola Larsmo December 19 2013
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Mexico’s deadly war on information

Ioan Grillo, in his harrowing article about Mexico’s war on drugs in this issue of PEN/Opp, raises a disturbing question...
Text: Ola Larsmo March 09 2013
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The evil paradox of the media society

No one can remain untouched by the current assaults against civilians in Syria. Most people, too, I believe, when...
Text: Ola Larsmo July 02 2012
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How could we understand what is actually “taking place?”
Text: Ola Larsmo December 14 2011
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“Prison literature is a dynamic genre of our time”
Text: Ola Larsmo September 23 2011
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PEN/Opp grew out of a feeling of anger and frustration.
Text: Ola Larsmo July 07 2011

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