The benefits of having minimal cruise traffic in Bergen during the pandemic has made some consider continuing to limit cruise traffic moving forward.
Summer is here, and editor-in-chief Lori Ann Reinhall shares all of the exciting things we have cooking for summer here at The Norwegian American.
Eric Dregni argues that the U.S. government should follow Norway’s example in financially supporting parents, expanding beyond the new child tax credit.
Editor-in-chief Lori Ann Reinhall introduces our newest issue where we will explore the food, art, culture, and history of Sweden.
After a particularly difficult year for journalism in America, John Rash from Star Tribune in Minneapolis calls for further protections for journalists.
We “Look to Norway” in this special issue sharing 17th of May photos from subscribers, a reminder of the special relationship between Norway and the U.S.
Bjarte Ystebø examines the trends of anti-Israelism and anti-Israel behaviors in Norwegian politics, education, culture, and religion.
Norwegian wood is more than just a catchy Beatles song. Editor-in-chief Lori Ann Reinhall digs into our woodland theme in this issue’s editor’s notes.
Members of the Realistisk initiativ Thinktank coin a new term, green squandering, and explain its impact on the energy economy in Norway.
17th of May is both a time for celebration and for contemplation, and in this special Syttende Mai issue of The Norwegian American, we aim to do just that.