Stefan Löfven tries to do what his counterparts in the Netherlands could not: win back voters from the far right.
By grouping with other left-wing parties, Europe’s social democrats could keep their constituencies united.
The migrant crisis is overshadowing Sweden’s economic success, to the exasperation of its prime minister.
The two Northern European countries are overwhelmed by the number of people seeking asylum.
The migrant crisis and terror attacks in Paris have made the Danes even less pro-EU.
Sweden’s ruling Social Democrats may need to call snap elections after losing the opposition’s support.
Finland supports Britain’s renegotiation efforts but Sweden also worries about a two-speed Europe.
Sweden fears deeper integration in the eurozone could see other countries reduced to “second-class members.”
After coalition talks with other right-wing parties collapse, the Danish liberals form a government on their own.
The right wins a one-seat majority but the once dominant liberal party is beaten into third place.
Deputies from the Faroe Islands and Greenland would hold the balance of power in Denmark’s next parliament.
Prime Minister Helle Thorning-Schmidt calls early elections even as polls show her left-wing party losing.