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«Current Concerns», n° 53, 31 December 2012

“Expanding the thinking We are witnessing a new era in Asia”

« “We are witnessing a new era in Asia – in contrast to North America, Europe is in danger of missing the same” », by Urs Schoettli / « Post-US world born in Phnom Penh », by David P. Goldman / «“The crisis in Egypt and the decline of the USA’s hegemonic position in the Arab world!” », Professor Albert A. Stahel / «Economic crises and their political consequences», by Prof Dr Heiner Flassbeck / «Switzerland: Debate for armed neutrality », Excerpts from the National Council debate / «“Comfortably riding on the wave”», Interview with Mária Huber /«“The right to one’s own culture”», by Ellen Barry / « 27 Apple trees Brothers and ambassadors for the friendly cultural ties between Switzerland and Russia », by Erika Vögeli / « “A cultural, connecting, diplomatic work, shining light on the numerous historical and present relations between our countries” », Interview with Anne-Julie Raccoursier / «FINMA – emancipated Swiss federal supervisory authority for banks? », by former Federal Administrative Judge and lawyer Hans-Jacob Heitz

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