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Current Concerns, n°1, 15 January 2016

Can Switzerland preserve its peace?

“We are well-advised to prepare for conflicts, crises and disasters”, by Lieutenant General André Blattmann / Syria - A peace agreement which would allow the losers to save face, by Thierry Meyssan / Community of values?, by Dieter Sprock / The German Federal Republic must not enter into war!, by Peter Schönlein / Prevent nuclear war! Why alternatives to the US neo-conservatives’ war policy and to NATO are a bid for survival of humanity, by Paul Craig Roberts / “We need an exit from the sanctions”. A criticism of the extension of the EU sanctions against Russia, by Eckhard Cordes / “A very dirty war is taking place in Yemen – but the world puts up with it”, Interview with Fritz Edlinger / Germany 2016 – The country needs the rule of law and not the state of emergency, by Karl Müller / “Basic needs are increasingly becoming business affairs”, Interview with Norbert Wohlfahrt / “What happpened to the EU Withdrawal Referendum?”, by Inge Rauscher / “All of us have something to give”, by Nicole Duprat / What will become of the Nobel Peace Prize? A journalist from Austria has taken up Fredrik Heffermehl’s analyses, by Rainer Schopf / The art of track reading. Footprints in the snow – but left by whom?, by Heini Hofmann.

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