Voltaire Network
« Current Concerns», Vol V, n° 12, June 2010

The Money and Debt “Monster”

Man-Made and therefore Tamable. Why the freedom to transfer capital funds ought to be limited again / Results of the Conference on the World Financial and Economic Crisis and Its Impact on Development (Part 2) / Germany Must Become Democratic, by Karl Mueller / Albert Anker: Close to the People, Close to Everyday Life and to the Common Good. Art Exhibition at the Art Museum in Berne on the Occasion of the 100th anniversary of Albert Anker’s death, by Urs Knoblauch / Budgeting in Times of Economic Downswing / Independent and Subject to Nobody. Translating General Guisan’s attitude into the 21st century.

| Zurich (Switzerland)

Attached documents


« Current Concerns», Vol V, n° 12, June 2010.

(PDF - 1 Mb)

Current Concerns is a bimonthly selection of the Swiss weekly magazine published in German under the title Zeit Fragen and in French under the title Horizons et débats.

Annual subscription rate (2010)
- SFr 72.— (incl. postage and VAT)
- £ 28.— (incl. postage and VAT)
- € 45.— (incl. postage and VAT)
- US $ 66.— (incl. postage and VAT)
Current Concerns, P.O. Box, CH-8044 Zurich
Tél. +41 (0) 44 350 6550, Fax +41 (0) 44 350 6551

Current concerns

"Current concerns" is a bi-monthly selection from swiss weekly paper "Zeit Fragen" .

Article licensed under Creative Commons

The articles on Voltaire Network may be freely reproduced provided the source is cited, their integrity is respected and they are not used for commercial purposes (license CC BY-NC-ND).

Support Voltaire Network

You visit this website to seek quality analysis that enables you to forge your own understanding of today’s world. In order to continue our work, we need you to support our efforts.
Help us by making a contribution.

How to participate in Voltaire Network?

The members of our team are all volunteers.
- Professional-level mother-tongue translators: you can help us by translating our articles.