Dominic began his journalism career at a foreign desk in Berlin and  writes freelance news and comment pieces  for both English and Swedish speaking publications. He has also appeared as a commentator on international affairs for the BBC and Danish Public Broadcasting (DR), as well as Swedish broadcaster SR. In the UK he has written for The Guardian, The Times, The New Statesman, Prospect, The EcologistThe Scotsman, When Saturday Comes, The Sunday Herald, Coda Stories, The New European and others. Internationally Dominic writes columns and cultural journalism in Swedish for Flamman in Sweden and is a Northern Europe correspondent for USA Today and the Washington Times. A selection of recent features are available below.

Locked out of utopia: How Sweden’s Roma have become a political scapegoat.

Union-busting socialists? The aesthetics of resistance, the Scottish National Party and the fate of Britain.

“I’m the only Yes in the village”: speaking to swing voters and activists in the Scottish Borders.

Moving mountains: Sweden’s plan to relocate a whole arctic city, with or without its citizens. 

Estonia sees a crucial role for NATO, whatever Trump thinks (inluding interview with Estonian Foreign Minister).

Looking for Sweden’s ‘Friends of Putin’.

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