the deal between the social democrats, the green Party, the Centre party and the Liberals should surely be celebrated on the basis of each party's base, but the big challenges have hardly reached the negotiating table.
for a little more than 3.5 years it is time for elections once again and then have the problems of integration have been reduced significantly not to The sweden democrats will win new victories. To achieve this requires radical measures within the preferably, the labour, and I do not mean a reduction in taxes and social security contributions, amended the employment protection act, broadened the rut-deduction, or private offices.
is rapidly moving into the fourth industrial revolution built on, inter alia, artificial intelligence and robotics. Every two jobs likely to be automated within 20 years. Although, expect some consultancy firms with the technology shift is creating many new jobs, but the insight about the future is low.
We know that the least trained and weakest in society will suffer most from the automation and it is not conducive to integration. It is thus a completely new way to think about the future and the unconventional wisdom of policy proposals.
other jätteutmaningar affecting both Sweden and the rest of the world. The current food system is unsustainable.
the Volume transport across the globe is absurdly large. In ill-health growing out of control. The construction industry is energy - and environmentally unsustainable. The sensitivity for disturbances in the supply of electricity, food supplies, internet and fuel for vehicles is far too great. Train system has major flaws. Electricity and the charging system is not developed to cope with the expansion of electric cars. Through artificial intelligence we run the risk of a capitalism with even more bizarre förmögenhetskoncentrationer than in the day. The risk of increasing geopolitical conflicts are obvious when billions of people trying to get out of poverty when the oil still stands at around 80 per cent of the energy supply.
just a few of the as a government and co-operation parties must take very seriously. Otherwise, the SD or any other new populist political parties quickly grow in size.
This is not about right - or left-wing politics, but on a significantly deeper insight on a coming transformation of society that is significantly more pervasive than what is reflected in the party programs.