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«Current Concerns», n°27, November 14th, 2017

Inconsistencies in the Swiss Federal Council’s policy

Direct democracy is based on honesty, mutual respect and mutual trust. Inconsistencies in the Federal Council’s policy, by Marianne Wüthrich / Opening up of the agricultural market instead of protecting domestic production / Performance and political stability thanks to our federalism, by Pierre-Gabriel Bieri / “They are the true face of France”, by Natacha Polony / UN expert calls for democratisation of the media / The Catalans have the right to choose their future freely, by Dr phil René Roca / Out of the frying pan into the fire?, by Karl Müller / Switzerland is breeding young IT zombies, who do not understand our complex world, by Klaus J. Stöhlker / Children should continue to learn cursive / A troubled child finds its way. How empathising can have an impact on children’s development and learning. A teacher tells about her work, by Miriam Spalinger / The rabbits of St. Peter’s Island – an obituary. Martin Luther was mistaken and Jean-Jacques Rousseau cheated, by Heini Hoffmann.

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Current concerns

"Current concerns" is a bi-monthly selection from swiss weekly paper "Zeit Fragen" .

302. Which relations between Switzerland and the EU?
Which relations between Switzerland and the EU?
«Current Concerns», n°10, May 17th, 2018
 
249. No to the halving of the Swiss Army
No to the halving of the Swiss Army
Current Concerns, n°10-11, May 25th, 2016
 
248. The public service in Switzerland
The public service in Switzerland
Current Concerns, n°9, 4 May 2016
 

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