“Olof Palme’s Sweden is gone. In the last years, Sweden would rather hit the headlines for its role in the U.S. extraordinary renditions programme than for commitments to human rights and justice. By keeping on the radar screen how Sweden is handling the case of Julian Assange, Marcello Ferrada de Noli performs a valuable service ” / Stefania Maurizi, Journalist working for l’Espresso: worked on many releases with WikiLeaks.
Here link to the full version of the book in PDF
Read here the Foreword by Andrew Kreig, the Washington-based attorney, author and historian, and CEO of the Justice Integrity Project, Washington DC
Here a backup link of the full-text of the book in case the one indicated above would be too slow or temporarily disable
On the way to the book release-event, Savona, (Liguria) Italy
The book comprises 40 chapters distributed under seven themes, with a total of 340 pages. See editing/publishing details in libertarianbooks.se
I thank Human-Rights colleague John Goss (@JohnPlatinumG), @treisiroon and Liz_rex9 (@conrack1974) for proofreading some chapters in the book; I also thank Gary Lord (@jaraparilla) and @rixstep for proofreading one chapter. I thank Stefania Maurizi (@SMaurizi) for valuable comments after reading the book. Illustration Prometeus in chapter “Historical Meaning . . .” (Part VII) done by artist Monica Martins (Basicregisters).
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