Cold War treaty confirms Sweden was not neutraltags: Cold War, Edward Snowden, Sweden
Sweden signed a top secret intelligence treaty with the US and other countries in 1954, forecast the 2008 Georgian war, and now routinely spies on Russia civil targets, leaked documents from US whistleblower Edward Snowden reveal.
“Really interesting information,” said intelligence analysis professor Wilhelm Agrell regarding the Sveriges Television (SVT) report revealing Sweden’s long-standing cooperation with the US and other western nations.
Agrell argued that the revelations of the agreement raise serious questions regarding Sweden’s non-alignment self-image.
“This is an ongoing alliance relationship in peacetime,” he observed.
The top secret agreement was signed in 1954 by Sweden with the US, UK, Canada, Australia and New Zealand regarding collaboration and intelligence sharing, according to SVT’s investigative news programme Uppdrag granskning (UG)....
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