born 1942, lives in Helsinki, Finland. He has studied social sciences and since 1966 has worked as a journalist. He is editor of the Swedish language weekly Ny Tid, often writing about the developments in Eastern and Central Europe. He has publications about working life and ex-Yugoslavia.
On the European Humanities University in Vilnius
There is a light in the darkness of Belarus. A Belarusian university in exile provides future generations with internationally approved degrees and the ability to think independently. [more]
An interview with Andrei Pavlishin
Andrei Pavlishin, editor at the Ukrainian newspaper Lvivska Gazeta, describes how the tax police tries to get to the Ukrainan media. [more]
A conference held in Helsinki in September 2000 saw 40 European intellectuals discuss European identity and the future of a common Europe. Peter Lodenius reports thoughts, doubts and hopes voiced. [more]