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«Current Concerns», n° 25, 12 August 2013

Cyclic processes in political life

Cyclic processes in political life, by Jean-Rodolphe de Salis (Part 4) / Citizens and foreign policy, by Friedrich Traugott Wahlen / Farewell and gratitude To the United Chambers of the Federal Assembly / Economic war against Switzerland: Romandy is fighting back – what about the rest of Switzerland? France following the arrogant footsteps of Germany and the United States / “The people must have the final say”, by Benjamin Lebreton and Jean-Daniel Balet / Broad coalition against the inheritance tax agreement with France, by Philippe Nantermod / “The miserable performance of Mrs Widmer-Schlumpf has disastrous consequences”, by Philippe Barraud / “They gave the keys of the house to the CIA and other US agencies” 12 years of the consequences of NATO case of alliance … and the war, interview with Dick Marty / The United States – in a permanent state of war, by Professor Dr Albert A. Stahel / The USA and their allies – “limited sovereignty” modelled on the Brezhnev Doctrine, by Willy Wimmer / Hunger is not a law of nature, it is part of the political agenda. Jean Ziegler – hunger as a weapon, food as an object of speculation and what we can do about it, by Thomas Kaiser / “Tired of wasting a third” Focal point in “Culture and Politics – Journal of environmental, social and economic contexts” on World Food Day / “Some thoughts meant to challenge people’s consciences and lead them to reflection and a concrete change of heart”, Homily of Holy Father Francis.

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