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Sweden's biggest and most respected daily, owned by the Swedish Bonnier group. The paper sees itself as a source of information and clarification and calls itself "Sweden's biggest social and democratic market place". Above all the debate articles by external authors and politicians regularly prompt public discussion. In the 1990s Dagens Nyheter entered a crisis marked by a dropping circulation and advertising revenues as a result of competition from the free paper Metro and Svenska Dagbladet . The crisis prompted it to dismiss hundreds of journalists.

Medium: daily
Political orientation: Liberal
Circulation: 319,000 (2009)
Frequency of publication: Monday to Sunday

Location: Stockholm, Sweden
Publisher: Bonnier-Konzern
Area of distribution: Nationwide
Established: 1864

Gjörwellsgatan 30
S-105 15 Stockholm
Phone: +46-8-738 10 00
E-Mail: peter.wolodarski@dn.se
Internet: http://www.dn.se

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279 articles from this medium have been cited in the European press review by euro|topics.

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1.  Dagens Nyheter - Sweden | 27/08/2014

Swedish PM must stand by refugees

In the run-up to the parliamentary elections on September 14, Sweden's Prime Minister Fredrik Reinfeldt has announced that he would continue with his conservative coalition's ... » more

2.  Dagens Nyheter - Sweden | 15/08/2014

Sweden's schools must not be election issue

After Sweden's poor showing in the most recent Pisa study the parties are hoping to make political hay with the topic in their campaigns for ... » more

3.  Dagens Nyheter - Sweden | 07/08/2014

Gaza: Uncompromising stance prevents peace

The three-day ceasefire in Gaza announced on Tuesday continues to be respected by both sides. Even if the weapons remain silent for now a peaceful ... » more

4.  Dagens Nyheter - Sweden | 29/07/2014

Boko Haram's brutal race against time

The militant Nigerian sect Boko Haram is now threatening the security of neighbouring country Cameroon. On the weekend the Islamists killed several people and kidnapped ... » more

5.  Dagens Nyheter - Sweden | 17/07/2014

Assange to blame for his predicament

A Swedish court on Wednesday upheld the European arrest warrant against Julian Assange on charges of sexual assault. For the daily Dagens Nyheter the Wikileaks ... » more

6.  Dagens Nyheter - Sweden | 06/07/2014

Richard Swartz on fascism Russian style

Russian President Vladimir Putin has described the government in Kiev as 'fascists' but he should be careful with his name-calling because there are far more ... » more

7.  Dagens Nyheter - Sweden | 30/05/2014

European elections: Parliament must not destroy balance of power

The European Parliament's demand that the leading candidate of the strongest parliamentary group become the EU Commission president is unjustified, the liberal daily Dagens Nyheter ... » more

8.  Dagens Nyheter - Sweden | 21/05/2014

Sweden must give whistleblowers more protection

An employee of the Upplands Väsby municipality in northern Stockholm was fired recently after publicly criticising the local government's school policy. An inquiry committee set ... » more

9.  Dagens Nyheter - Sweden | 19/05/2014

Sweden must reconsider joining Nato

In a referendum on Sunday, the Swiss rejected the purchase of 22 Gripen fighter jets built by Swedish manufacturer Saab. For the liberal daily Dagens ... » more

10.  Dagens Nyheter - Sweden | 23/04/2014

Sweden must be able to defend itself again

The leaders of Sweden's conservative four-party government on Tuesday presented a joint proposal for upgrading the Swedish military, which has been hard hit by cuts. ... » more

 

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