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« Current Concerns», Vol V, n° 2, janvier 2010

The financial collapse of Iceland

Iceland and the Demonic Nature of Money. How one of the world’s richest countries collapsed over night – and what we can learn from it, by Dr Bruno Bandulet / Iceland’s President has Exposed Anti-Democratic EU, by William A. M. Buckler / Iceland: “The EU Mobbed Too Hard!". Why Switzerland needs an aggressive economic diplomacy … , by Beat Kappeler / The “National Indebtedness” Project. The situation of the European Union, by Karl Müller / Switzerland: Closing the Ranks. Interview with Hans Rudolf Merz / World Agriculture Report – Drawing Conclusions. A democratic decision made by every single country for its own form of agriculture / Bundesrat Hans Schaffner – Father of the European Free Trade Association (EFTA). Designer and pioneer of economic cooperation and integration in Europe, by Dr Werner Wüthrich / If You Want to Cultivate Peace, Protect Creation. Extracts of the Message of His Holiness Pope Benedict XVI. for the Celebration of the World Day of Peace on 1 January 2010.

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