Prime Minister Helle Thorning-Schmidt calls early elections even as polls show her left-wing party losing.
Six months after Sweden searched for a Russian submarine, Finland detects activity in its waters.
It seems Russian officials and media are deliberately confusing the facts about Swedish submarine sightings.
Neither of Finland’s two largest ruling parties wants to go into coalition with the other again.
Sweden will finance expanded submarine operations and a permanent military presence on Gotland.
The two neutralist Scandinavian countries announce a pact that could see them go to war together.
The Social Democrat agrees to carry out a right-wing spending plan in order to save his government.
The Social Democrat must call early elections or carry out the opposition’s spending plan.
Conservative and liberal opposition parties refuse to support the left-wing government’s spending plans.
Without a majority for his spending plan, Prime Minister Stefan Löfven could be forced to resign.