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Current Concerns, n°6, 22 March 2016

The Silk Road

Silk Road of 21st century: “One belt, one road”, by Zivadin Jovanovic / On the way to the tax haven, by Myret Zaki / What is the point of the plans to abolish cash?, by Eberhard Hamer / “I suggest that we rely on the ancient source of European democracy: the will of the people”, Extract of Prime Minister Viktor Orbán’s State of the Nation Address / Germany needs justice and freedom, by Karl Müller / The West and Turkey – an everlasting double game, by Willy Wimmer / 50 years ago Mobutu Sese Seko revolted in the Congo – A never ending Kleptocracy? A “deal” for thirty years – corruption, misery and strategic backgrounds, by Peter Küpfer / Avoiding damage – stopping the Curriculum 21 project. Three new publications indicate the Curriculum’s serious shortcomings / “I can only take responsibility for what I consider as being correct”, Interview with Oskar Freysinger / Ten theses about the school, by Oskar Freysinger.

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