Here is a list of blogs with a Nordic profile or which cover current issues and debates in the Nordic countries. Some of the blogs have a more international profile, but have been selected as being influential in the Nordic blogosphere and debate.
Nordic Culture Point collects interesting blogs and projects on the single point of interest, Nordic culture and art. The blogs are written primarily in English, but in some cases also in the Scandinavian languages.
Blog on the portal NB Forest about forests and forest research in the Nordic countries.
The Secretary General for the Nordic Council of Ministers will help to develop and strengthen Nordic Co-operation on behalf of the Nordic Ministers for Co-operation. You can follow this work on the Secretary General's blog.
The German foreign correspondents Clemens Bomsdorf and Elmar Jung blog in German about the Nordic countries on HighNorth and report about everything from popular culture and architecture to finance and politics.
Manuel Velasco blogs in Spanish on elcaminodelnorte about his interest in Nordic culture and history and includes many video clips from the Nordic countries. Velasco himself is an author and has written many books on Nordic culture and history.
Terri Mapes' Scandinavia Travel Blog is an excellent and updated travel blog in English for those wanting to travel to or within the Nordic countries and Scandinavia.
Lifeiscarbon is an ambitious trend blog in English which is all about design, fashion and culture in the Nordic countries.
Arctic Startup is a company that runs a website and blog in English about start-up companies in digital media and technologies in the Nordic countries.
All of the following blogs are in Swedish.
Politometern is a portal that brings together political bloggers in Sweden and the issues they discuss, often with a Nordic angle.
The Swedish Minister for Foreign Affairs, Carl Bildt, blogs on "Alla dessa dagar" on politics and development in the Nordic Region and internationally.
TV4 News politikerbloggen.se compiles political news with a comprehensive coverage of topics, including Nordic issues.
MP Hans Wallmark (M) blogs on his valblogg about his Nordic commitment as a politician and member of the Nordic Council.
Kulturbloggen keeps an eye on Swedish and Scandinavian culture.
Peter Englund blogs on akademiblogg in his capacity as the Swedish Academy's permanent secretary. He is the person who announces the winner of the Nobel Prize in Literature.
On Nordenbloggen the Norden Association addresses current topics in the Nordic countries.
All of the following blogs are in Finnish.
Helsingin Sanomats blog collection is a good introduction to the Finnish blogosphere's influential journalists.
The Finnish Green League's blog vihreablogi is a good introduction to the political debate in Finland.
Alexander Stubb, Finland's Minister for European Affairs and Foreign Trade and Minister for Nordic Co-operation, highlights various aspects of Finnish foreign policy in his blog.
Paavo Arhinmäki is Minister of Culture and Sport and Leader of the Left Alliance.
Islandsbloggen monitors and comments on Icelandic news about everything from economics to culture, small and large. The blog is written in Swedish and is a good source of facts about Iceland for travellers and others interested in Iceland.
Former Minister for Nordic Co-operation Siv Friðleifsdóttir's blog is written in Icelandic and is a site with a diary, blogs, speeches and articles.
All of the following blogs are in Danish.
On Altandetlige several Danish economists write about economics and politics from a Danish perspective and manage to be experts and popular at one and the same time.
Jyllandsposten and Berlingske collect a number of Danish bloggers from the left to the right. The newspapers' blog departments cover most subject areas within culture, economics, politics and society, often illustrated from the Danish perspective.
Aftenposten brings together many influential Norwegian bloggers under one roof.
Kristin Clemet, leader of the liberal think tank Civita, has a blog on the development of social ideas, Norwegian and international politics.
Paul Chaffey writes in his blog about economics, politics and watching the world through Norwegian eyes.
The Norwegian archaeologist Frans-Arne Stylegar blogs on archaeology in the Nordic Region. The page contains a comprehensive collection of links to blogs and websites about archaeology.
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