Just as at the 20th anniversary in 2006, the 25th anniversary has spurred new discussions about the murder of the then Swedish Prime Minister Olof Palme and his legacy. Back in 2006, I wrote this post and haven’t really got anything new to add.
Scandinavian readers might want to check these: Ola Nordebo, Ulf Bjereld, Claes Arvidsson as well as a “what if Palme was still alive“-article from DN.
Peter Santesson has considered the various conspiracy theories and amateur investigators as well as the reluctance to consider certain parts of Palme’s life in relation to the murder.
Palme has been the subject of two major biographies: Kjell Östberg’s volumes “I takt med tiden” and “När vinden vände” and Henrik Berggren’s “Underbara dagar framför oss“.
Swedish blogs are listed here.