Zeynep Karatas, Christina Asquith, Swedish Foreign Minister Blazes Feminist Agenda, The Solutions Journal, Volume 7, Issue 5, September 2016, Pages 6 (https://www.thesolutionsjournal.com/article/swedish-foreign-minister-blazes-feminist-agenda/) Abstract: Millions of women in developing nations still lack basic human rights, including freedom of expression, freedom of movement, and access to capital. And, while first world countries talk about the importance of women's rights, they often do little beyond making speeches.   Not so with Sweden.   Sweden's Foreign Minister, Margot Wallström, has been executing a "feminist foreign policy" since she entered office in 2014. It showed once more that she is sticking to this approach during the World Humanitarian Summit, held in Istanbul in late May, where she spoke on several panels about the importance of her strategy.   So, what is feminist foreign policy? The Scandinavian country states that it is executing a foreign policy that considers and gives support to issues that specifically affect women, such as maternal health, reproductive rights, and sexual violence. The government’s official website goes so far as to state that "equality between women … Topics: Governance; Women