Analysis: Fault lines appear as Sweden sets sights on rare earth extraction

A new discovery of rare earth metals in the Swedish Arctic promises to help the EU meet its goal to ramp up extraction of critical raw materials. But critics have warned human rights and the environment must not be ignored.

by Laura Cole

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