A new TV series in which Russia occupies Norway and seizes its oil fields has been criticized by the Russian Foreign Ministry, with the Russian embassy in Oslo labelling it as reminiscent of the "worst traditions of the Cold War."
(This is amusing. For the most part, the Soviet Union got a pass from Hollywood during the Cold War. Due to the leftwing fanaticism of Hollywood, very few films during that era made communists the villains. Even in the first James Bond films, Dr. No and From Russia With Love, scriptwriters changed the bad guys from the Soviet Union to SPECTRE. In the books, Dr. No was working for the Soviet Union and it was the Soviet KGB who plotted to kill Bond in "From Russis with Love." One leftwing Norwegian historian said the film would be offensive because the Soviet Union liberated Norway from the Nazis in WW II. That's idiotic, because it never happened. It was the U.S. and England and the other allied forces who liberated Norway.)