Margot Wallström spent some five years as Sweden’s foreign minister and launched the world’s first feminist foreign policy before announcing her retirement on September 6.
Radio Sweden examines the impact of her often controversial time as minister and asks what Wallström’s lasting legacy will be.
Related stories from around the North:
Finland: Women now lead most Finnish political parties, Yle News
Norway: Political earthquake shakes up Northern Norway, The Independent Barents Observer
Russia: Career diplomat to represent Murmansk region in Russian senate, The Independent Barents Observer
Sweden: Ann Linde named Sweden’s foreign minister in cabinet shuffle, Radio Sweden
United States: Alaska governor accepts reduced dividends, upholds most vetoes, Alaska Public Media