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«Current Concerns», n° 46, 5 November 2012

It’s not for the first time that US authorities are using their power to promote their business

« “It’s not for the first time that US authorities are using their power to promote their business” » / « “Centralism is contrary to human dignity”», Interview with National Councillor Pirmin Schwander / «The problems with the flu vaccines don’t stop » / «The Epizootic Diseases Act invalidates basic democratic and federal principles of our state», Interview with National Councillor Jakob Büchler / « President of the German Federal Fiscal Court warns German tax authorities against criminalizing citizens » / «The citizen as sovereign shaping political life» /«“Australia’s destiny in the Asian Century”», by Kishore Mahbubani / «“We know very well that there is no dictatorship in Venezuela“», Interview with Walter Suter / « “In Latin America agricultural cooperatives are competitive” », by Marianela Jarroud / « “The too frequent use of digital media reduces the mental capacity of our children” », by Dr Rudolf Hänsel

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