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Current Concerns (Switzerland)

Current Concerns, n°8, 19 April 2016
Health and Economy
247. Health and Economy Zurich (Switzerland) | 21 April 2016
Medicine cannot really be human without care and interpersonal relationship. The rule of economics sickens our healthcare system, by David Holzmann / The US are poisoning the climate in Europe, by Willy Wimmer / NATO aggression – 17 years on. Panel dedicated to the memory of the victims, by the Belgrade Forum for a World of Equals / Two kinds of politics, by Karl Müller / Think tanks – the invisible power. William F. Engdahl – Autocratic structures threatening democracies / Swiss Army – Stop marching and return to the Constitutional order!, by Marianne Wüthrich / Reflections on the Swiss Army from a constitutional perspective / “Switzerland is quasi part of large scale NATO manoeuvres”, Interview with National Councillor Adrian Amstutz / A credible alternative to the EU is desperately needed, by Dieter Sprock / Neutrality is a characteristic feature of the Swiss Confederation, by Wolfgang von Wartburg / Referendum – No to halving the Swiss Armed Forces! (Development of the Armed Forces (...)
Current Concerns, n°6, 22 March 2016
The Silk Road
245. The Silk Road Zurich (Switzerland) | 28 March 2016
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 (...)
Current Concerns, n°5, 8 March 2016
Can the cooperation between great powers be?
244. Can the cooperation between great powers be? Zurich (Switzerland) | 15 March 2016
“Cooperation rather than confrontation”. Russia’s assessment of the current European security situation and possible solutions, Speech delivered by Dmitry Medvedev / Will Saudi Arabia ignite the fuse to start a new Middle East war?, by Andreas Becker / Switzerland has virtually become a NATO member, by Gotthard Frick / An independent policy towards the EU and NATO / Mass migration: Wake up, act. Reality as guidance / “Switzerland can still build bridges where no one else can beat the odds”, Interview with Didier Burkhalter / “Contaminating the culture of debate”. A troubled glance on Germany, by Karl Müller / More and more zones without rule of law in Germany. A police officer describes her everday life in German major cities / “… may this meeting be a sign of hope for all people of goodwill”. Joint Declaration of Pope Francis and Patriarch Kirill of Moscow and All Russia / Leipzig Book Fair events hosted by “Genossenschaft (...)
Current Concerns, n°4, 22 February 2016
TTIP against the Sovereignty of the People
243. TTIP against the Sovereignty of the People Zurich (Switzerland) | 23 February 2016
The US are using Volkswagen (VW) to test their TTIP power, by Eberhard Hamer / German Association of Judges rejects to establish an Investment Court System for TTIP / “An important contribution to peace-building measures”. Preface to the first international edition of the “Body Count – the number of victims after 10 years ‘War on Terror’; Iraq – Afghanistan – Pakistan” (March 2015), by Hans-Christof von Sponeck / Multipolar World Against War. An Urgent Call for a Multipolar Coalition for Peace / Austria wants to get out of the EU. EU exit referendum in parliament – Freedom Party of Austria (FPÖ) requested plebiscite, Interview with Helmut Schramm / “Permanent preying on unprotected or inadequately protected children”, by Manfred Paulus / On a growth course with low wages, by Udo Bongartz / The significance of direct democracy to ensure the economic and social order of Switzerland. After the Second World War the people decided for a new Family Article, new Economic Articles and the (...)
Current Concerns, n°3, 12 February 2016
Peace requires truth
242. Peace requires truth Zurich (Switzerland) | 15 February 2016
India’s Ambassador confirmed: War in Syria was instigated from outside, Interview with V. P. Haran / “Barrel bombs” in the war on Syria. Almost no commitment to the truth, but a lot of war propaganda / String-pullers of the war in Syria, by Thierry Meyssan / Durchsetzungsinitiative (Enforcement Initiative) – This is about the enforcement of direct democracy, by Marianne Wüthrich / Liberals would favour the EFTA, by Dieter Sprock / How does Germany get out of the state of emergency?, by Karl Müller / Thoughts on China’s economic development / “Revealing to the child the wonderful world of knowledge and opening to it the gate to the world of adults”, by Rainer Werner / Mountain hare – the Alpine magic hood. He can outsmart predators, but not winter sports people, by Heini Hofmann / Learning by heart, by Rita (...)
Current Concerns, n°2, 26 January 2016
Towards a military alliance between Russia and China ?
241. Towards a military alliance between Russia and China ? 27 January 2016
How China sees Russia and the United States Beijing and Moscow are close, but not allies, by Fu Ying / “NATO is killing us with this course, and does so with the active support of our own German government”, Interview with Willy Wimmer / The Russian Federation’s new security strategy / Demanding to end sanctions against Russia. Huge financial losses for agricultural businesses / Analysis of German intelligence agencies on “the state of the union regarding the surging waves of refugees” / “Limiting the consequences of the finance casino in Switzerland by means of direct democracy”. A transaction tax of 0.2 per cent would amount to 200 billion Swiss francs per year, Interview with Marc Chesney / Popular initiative “No Food Speculation!”, by Marianne Wüthrich / Unpredictable price developments with devastating impact on small farmers, Interview with Caroline Morel / From the parliamentary debate: Arguments of a high standard / Foundations increasingly set the tone in education policy, by (...)
Current Concerns, n°1, 15 January 2016
Can Switzerland preserve its peace?
240. Can Switzerland preserve its peace? Zurich (Switzerland) | 16 January 2016
“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 (...)
Current Concerns, n°32-33, 31 December 2015
Policy of celebrations
239. Policy of celebrations Zurich (Switzerland) | 12 January 2016
A view on the commemorative year 2015, by René Roca / The cooperative principle – its significance for justice and peace, by Eva-Maria Föllmer-Müller / Development of EU law – What does it mean for Switzerland? Considerations from a viewpoint concerned with constitutional law and the politics of sovereignty, Interview with Thomas Minder / Only thriving for sovereignty may have a future, by Karl Müller / The importance of dialogue between civilizations for international relations, by Hans Köchler / 50 years ago Mobutu Sese Seko revolted in the Congo (part 1) A never-ending Kleptocracy?, by Peter Küpfer / “Understanding the sick person” Towards a medicine of care, by Sabine Vuilleumier-Koch / Teaching and educating – a school’s task, by Bernadette Fontana / 100 years “Christmas Eve”, by Hedwig Schär (...)
«Current Concerns», n° 31, December 19, 2015
238. Equality Zurich (Switzerland) | 19 December 2015
“We are a world of equals, and we should let nobody take this from us”, by Willy Wimmer / The uncontrollable Turkish watchdog of the United States, by Albert A. Stahel / War in Syria – what for?, by Karl Müller / There is no self-empowerment in international law, Interview with Hans-Joachim Heintze / Security policy on the wrong track! The fight against terrorism cannot be won by military activism / Setting the course for the sovereignty of the European nation states. No overthrow of national law by the European Court of Human Rights (ECtHR), Interview with Ruedi Lustenberger / Introduction of Curriculum 21 – in many cantons ever more doubtful / Zurich: “Referendum on Curriculum 21” submitted / Thurgau people vote on Curriculum 21 / The Initiative Committee goes on. Schwyz: No school reconstruction from above and outside – the people are to decide on the elementary school / Opposition parties in Baden–Württemberg criticise the Green-Red government’s education policy, by Arbeitskreis Schule (...)
236. “Justice is an essential condition for achieving the ideal of universal fraternity” Zurich (Switzerland) | 9 November 2015
Speech delivered by the Holy Father at the General Assembly of the United Nations / “Switzerland’s commitment to the peaceful coexistence of peoples”. Bilateral workshops between Russian and Swiss Presidents of Parliament, by Thomas Kaiser / Cooperation with Russia instead of escalation. Europe must not become a battlefield / Russia, the West and the war in Syria, by Karl Müller / hodes Forum 2015 – The World Beyond Global Disorder. Conference impressions, by Eva-Maria Föllmer-Müller and Erika Vögeli / “What is required are new models of inclusive and equitable development”. Concluding remarks of the World Public Forum “Dialogue of Civilizations” on the occasion of the 13th Rhodes Forum 2015 / Yemen. Human Rights desaster and destruction of World Cultural Heritage, by Georg Wagner / “Liberalism and direct democracy”, by the Research Institute Direct Democracy / Direct democracy – hindrance or driving force for the economy? / The unknown history of women, by Stephanie Meier / Causing the European (...)
«Current Concerns», n° 26, October 18, 2015
Supranationaly against Switzerland
235. Supranationaly against Switzerland Zurich (Switzerland) | 20 October 2015
The accession to a supranational organisation leads to the disintegration of the Swiss political system, by Thomas Kaiser / Is Switzerland a sovereign state? Considerations to the federal elections, by Reinhard Koradi / International criminal courts must not be misused, Interview with Dick Marty / “Moscow sticks to the rules”, by Willy Wimmer / The World beyond Global Disorder / “The identity of Sri Lanka must be redefined”. We need a reconciliation process in the relationship between Tamils and Singhalese, Interview with Professor SJ. Emmanuel / The string-pullers behind the scenes. How transatlantic networks are secretly subverting democracy, Interview with Hermann Ploppa / Judge at the German Constitutional Court warns: “The essence of the rule of law, the containment of politics by the law, has lost its effective power”. There is no alternative to more direct democracy, by Karl Müller / Now everything is clear again: La Suiza exista! “Alphorns instead of halberds” – the Expo Milano (...)
«Current Concerns», n° 25, October 6, 2015
Will Switzerland stop to ccoperate with NATO?
234. Will Switzerland stop to ccoperate with NATO? Zurich (Switzerland) | 9 October 2015
“On-site assistance – that is the Swiss principle”. Withdrawal from Partnership for Peace, Interview with Luzi Stamm / Wanted: Representatives who are not casting one eye at Brussels, by Marianne Wüthrich / An alliance from left to right in the National Council disapproved of transport aircraft / New US-nuclear weapons in Germany – a concealed military build-up, by Herbert Klar and Ulrich Stoll / New nuclear weapons in Büchel – the tip of the iceberg of multiple cases of bending the law / Democracy and its praxis / “Stop the erosion of democracy”. UN rights experts urge Governments across the world, by Alfred de Zayas and Dr Maina Kiai / New developments in the Middle East? / The solution of the Syrian crisis, an important step towards a multipolar world, by Georges Corm and Gabriel Galice / Foundations in the role of instigators. Swiss education policy in the sights of international foundations, by Peter Aebersold / Politics must rest on ethics, by Moritz Nestor / Citizens’ letter for (...)
«Current Concerns», n° 24, September 23, 2015
Switzerland and Russia
233. Switzerland and Russia Zurich (Switzerland) | 6 October 2015
“Russia has played a very crucial role in the independence and neutrality of our country”, Interview with Oskar Freysinger / Angela Merkel in Switzerland – a review / Robbing Greek national wealth, by Henriette Hanke Güttinger / Syria – from the colonial interests of Britain and France to securing raw materials for the USA, Interview with Karin Leukefeld / Direct democracy relies on historical knowledge, by René Roca / The significance of direct democracy to secure social peace (part 5). People’s rights as a instrument and guide in the economic crisis, by Werner Wüthrich / Art as a “textbook of life”. On Russian 19th century painting and the work of the “Peredvizhniki”, by Urs Knoblauch / Manifesto for Europe. We want Europe to be based on peace and (...)
«Current Concerns», n° 23, September 15, 2015
Reliable provision of essential services
232. Reliable provision of essential services Zurich (Switzerland) | 16 September 2015
Without the reliable provision of essential services there can be no sound political and economic order. What it will come down to in the coming elections, by Reinhard Koradi / Why Russia?, by Willy Wimmer / Promoting Swiss Hydroelectric Power. The only trump of domestic power production, by Pierre-Gabriel Bieri / “With respect to Russia, there is no noticeable difference between the EU and the US”, Interview with Philippe Migault /The West’s seeming impotence, by Stefan Haderer / America’s long war against humanity. A new book by Michel Chossudovsky, by Henriette Hanke Güttinger / “The failure of the new learning culture”. Education researcher demands: “Give up this misguided course, immediately”, by Karl Müller / Built without a foundation and yet on sand. Heretical thoughts on community schools and Curriculum 21 / The “Great Stucki” – a Swiss negotiator with character, by Marianne Wüthrich / Comprehend more precisely. Ethics and culture – Leo Tolstoy, Ilya Repin and the “Travelling Artists” (...)
«Current Concerns», n° 22, August 26, 2015
Tensions between Moscow and Washington
231. Tensions between Moscow and Washington Zurich (Switzerland) | 31 August 2015
“I would really like to see Europe demonstrate some real independence and sovereignty”, Interview with Vladimir Putin / Obama should release MH-17 intel Memorandum for the President, by Veteran Intelligence Professionals for Sanity (VIPS) / Crash of Malaysia Airlines MH-17 – Statement of the Ministry for Foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation / Transfer union instead of Grexit, by Eberhard Hamer / Greece cannot escape the tragedy. Euro-Europe increasingly shows the grimace of dictatorship, by Karl Müller / Why the agricultural policy 14–17 is undermining Switzerland’s sovereignty, Interview with Jakob Büchler CVP / Local agriculture is part of the provision with basic food supplies, by Reinhard Koradi / No centralised control of education in federalist Switzerland, by Marianne Wüthrich / Commemoration of General Guisan’s “Rütli-Rapport” in 1940, by Elisabeth Nussbaumer and Trudi (...)
«Current Concerns», n° 20-21, August 14, 2015
Armed neutrality
230. Armed neutrality Zurich (Switzerland) | 15 August 2015
“The armed neutrality is the right system for Switzerland as a small state”. Reflections on the situation of Switzerland, Interview with Ruedi Lustenberger / “Switzerland – a rather unique model of success”, by Thomas Kaiser / The US will lose out to the axis Moscow-Beijing, Interview with Folker Hellmeyer / We need more advocates for justice and humanity, by Karl Müller / The Democratic Republic of Congo – amidst the East African Storm, by Stanislas Bucyalimwe Mararo / Harnessing untapped energy Blue Energy – a revolutionary innovation, by Heini Hofmann / We want to help children find their way into life. Instructing and guiding are the adults’ duties, Interview with Michael Winterhoff / Individualised learning – pretense and reality, by Rainer Werner / Will Curriculum 21 cause future apprentices to be less (...)
«Current Concerns», n° 19, 28 July 2015
Switzerland and EU
229. Switzerland and EU Zurich (Switzerland) | 3 August 2015
Bilateral negotiations Switzerland-EU. A lot of fog and little information about the plans of the Federal Council, by Marianne Wüthrich / Plea for an EFTA 2.0 / The mysterious chief negotiator / When will the referendum on Austria’s EU exit take place? / Europe needs peace – no new US troops, by Willy Wimmer / The July 12 declaration of the Euro summit is a document of failure. It is about time to consider a socially responsible liquidation of the euro zone, by Karl Müller / BRICS-states demonstrate, that the world is larger.../ “We are focusing on promoting a positive, unifying agenda in international relations”, Speech delivered by Sergey Lavrov / Major shock in the EU: The people are interfering! / “The right to live in dignity and decency”, by Thomas Kaiser / The significance of direct democracy to ensure social peace (part 4). The peace agreement of 19 July 1937 in the machine engineering and metal industry, by W. Wüthrich / “Liberty has become the principle of state that unites us (...)
«Current Concerns», n° 18, 14 July 2015
Views on Greek crisis
228. Views on Greek crisis Zurich (Switzerland) | 21 July 2015
Thank you, Greec, by Ögmundur Jónasson / TPP, TTIP etc. – “political treaties to abolish democracy and State sovereignty “, Interview with Alfred de Zayas / “The Troika itself created this deadlock...”, by Karin Beindorff / Truth Committee on public debt. Special committee of the Greek parliament Summary of the previous results so far / UN human rights experts welcome Greek referendum and call for international solidarity / The Eastern Committee of German industry calls for removal of sanctions. Redemption of sanctions should accompany the Minsk peace process and should not be placed at the end – 150,000 jobs threatened by export slump / Stop starving out the people of Syria! End the embargo, so that Syria can live in peace! / Take care of the communes – they lay the foundation for a prosperous coexistence, Interview with Hans Peter Gantenbein / The communal assembly, a direct democratic institution in the co-operative tradition / “Austria one step closer to a binding referendum on the (...)
«Current Concerns», n° 17, 30 June 2015
Greece and the euro
«Current Concerns», n° 15-16, 16 June 2015
226. TTIP and TiSA Zurich (Switzerland) | 18 June 2015
A major debate about the new trade agreements TTIP and TiSA is urgently needed, by Thomas Kaiser / “By means of TiSA the ‘service public’ will be abolished”, Interview with Stefan Giger / “Secret contracts are incompatible with our political system.”, Interview with Lukas Reimann / “Every joint deployment with NATO is questionable” – “Sabre-rattling against Russia’s gates?”, by Thomas Kaiser / Reviving the idea of sovereignty. A multipolar world needs rules for peaceful coexistence, by Karl Müller / Is the EU planning fast access to savers’ money? / Failure of the US coup d’état in Macedonia, by Thierry Meyssan / Where are the voices of the mankind’s humanitarian conscience? / On the significance of direct democracy to ensure social peace (part 2). Economic system and direct democracy, by W. Wüthrich / The citizens don’t let anybody fool them / Curriculum 21: media and computer science - and what about media competence?, by Bernadette Fontana / Enabling our children to deal with media, Interview (...)
«Current Concerns», n° 14, 2 June 2015
Washington try a "regime change" in Macedonia
225. Washington try a "regime change" in Macedonia Zurich (Switzerland) | 6 June 2015
What’s going on in Macedonia?, by Karl Müller / Despotism is certainly no peace concept, by Willy Wimmer / “... orchestrated not very subtly by foreign parties”, by Sergey Lavrov / Macedonia – Blueprint of “Regime Change” Patterns, Interview with Zivadin Jovanovic / When containment becomes dangerous for Europe, by Stefan Haderer / US and Russia are fighting for the energy market in Macedonia / The European Union is blind to the military strategy of the United States, by Thierry Meyssan / 20 years of NAFTA (North American Free Trade Agreement) – Free trade agreements under scrutiny. Investors and corporations benefit – the majority of populations suffers losses, by Henriette Hanke Güttinger / “Against the global dictatorship of globalised finance capital, its satraps and mercenaries”, by Thomas Kaiser / The importance of direct democracy for securing social peace World War I and the post-war period (Part 1), by Werner Wüthrich / Literature is culture ... and it should not be dumped. Peter (...)
«Current Concerns», n° 13, 20 May 2015
Propaganda and History of WWII
224. Propaganda and History of WWII Zurich (Switzerland) | 21 May 2015
End of the war in 1945 – the “Swiss Donation for the Victims of War” helps wherever possible. Excerpts from a 1954 history book for Bernese secondary school pupils committed to the truth, by Peter Küpfer / The power of moral standing. The end of war in Europe, by J. R. von Salis / The German Armed Forces must serve the will of the people. Challenging the requirement of parliamentary approval is directed against the lessons from the World Wars, by Karl Müller / Peace and cooperation throughout Europe, by Dr Habil / The “Arab” common defence force, by Thierry Meyssan / Yemen: ICRC and MSF alarmed / Switzerland responds to humanitarian crisis in Yemen / Attacks on civilians are prohibited under international humanitarian law / The OECD is muscling in mightily, by Reinhard Koradi / Agricultural policy must not be reduced to competition and open borders, by Reinhard Koradi / Secret negotiations on trade treaties, a threat to human rights, by Alfred de Zayas / Ambrosia honey – materialized (...)
«Current Concerns», n° 12, 11 May 2015
Human Genetics
223. Human Genetics Zurich (Switzerland) | 21 May 2015
Reflections on Pre-implantation genetic diagnosis, by Erika Vögeli / A clear “No” on pre-implantation genetic diagnosis, by Susanne Lippmann Rieder / Arguments against the constitutional amendment / Pre-implantation genetic diagnosis: Where do we set the limits? The medically feasible urges society as a whole to answer fundamental ethical questions, by Christa Schönbächler and Stefanie Dadier / One cannot select one’s children, by The Federation of Swiss Protestant Churches / If the people decides otherwise – or might decide otherwise. Small tutoring session for administrative officers and other “experts”, by Marianne Wüthrich / TiSA – a secretly negotiated agreement with secret content, by Marianne Wüthrich / “A hopeful beginning for all Tamils”. Interview with S. J. Emmanuel / Security Council Resolution on war in Yemen not conducive to peace, by Hans Köchler / Colonial territory, by Willy Wimmer / Legend – Truth – oral tradition, by Gotthard Frick / An Eastern German commune and its citizens (...)
«Current Concerns», n° 11, 21 April 2015
Autria and the UE
222. Autria and the UE Zurich (Switzerland) | 21 April 2015
The West gambles peace in Europe away, by Willy Wimmer / War in Yemen: Blockade of emergency relief supplies a war crime. Message of the President of the “International Progress Organization” to the United Nations Security Council / Will Austria terminate their EU membership by end of June 2015? The petition can lay the groundwork for this if citizens get active! / Europe does not need a German “central power”. Political dimensions of the crisis in Greece, by Karl Müller / EU army clearly contradicts “Perpetual Neutrality” and the Austrian Independence Treaty. ÖVP treats Austrian constitution with contempt! / Germany’s actual responsibility regarding Greece. Greek reparation claims are entitled, by Dr Hanke Güttinger / Greece: Drachm or tragedy?, by Pierre-Gabriel Bieri / Greek reparation claims aganst Germany are nothing new. Supreme Court in Italy: Germany must pay compensation to Nazi victims! / Legal background of the Greek reparation claims / The International Committee of the Red (...)
«Current Concerns», n° 9-10, 16 April 2015
Unilateral sanctions violate international treaties
221. Unilateral sanctions violate international treaties Zurich (Switzerland) | 16 April 2015
Unilateral sanctions violate international treaties, Interview with Alfred de Zayas / Iceland’s way out of its financial crisis. “Do not listen to the financial markets, but to the people” (Olaf Ragnar Grimsson, President), by Werner Wüthrich / The turning point of Marignano and today’s Switzerland, by Marianne Wüthrich / “Russia is sending signals of sovereignty and independence”, Interview with Dr Vladimir Ivanovich Yakunin / It is essential to be informed. Four books about Ukraine, Russia and the West, by Karl Müller / “A civilisation that renounces its own moral ideals, loses its spiritual power”. High-level panel discussion at the UN in Geneva about the devastating effects of the persecution of Christians in the Middle East and Ukraine, by Thomas Kaiser / Who actually wants Curriculum 21,and where does it come from? / Who benefits from Curriculum 21? / Children need structured teaching directed by the teacher”, Interview with Dr med Elke Möller-Nehring / “The polytechnic secondary school (...)
«Current Concerns», n° 8, 22 March 2015
Solidarity against TTIP and TISA
220. Solidarity against TTIP and TISA Zurich (Switzerland) | 31 March 2015
“Solidarity from left to right” is necessary against TTIP and TiSA, Interview with Jacqueline Badran / Prosperity for all?, by Thomas Kaiser / “We would have to adopt future legislation automatically”, Interview with Roland Rino Büchel / The myth of free trade, by Reinhard Koradi / The politics of the Federal Council are increasing dependence from abroad. “Counter-proposal” of the Federal Council to the Initiative for Food Safety is extremely questionable, Interview with Rudolf Joder / Counter-proposal to the popular initiative “food security” – a sham, by Henriette Hanke Güttinger / Iceland withdraws from application for EU membership / Nobel Prize for Peace for Merkel?, by Eberhard Hamer / Russian sanctions: The front of the proponents is disintegrating / Birth hour and obstetricians of the Taliban, by Matin Baraki / Competence orientation under fire, by Rainer Werner / “Herzroute” – the world’s most beautiful panoramic tour. A picture book cycling tour through Switzerland, by Heini (...)
«Current Concerns», n° 6-7, 10 March 2015
The role of family farms
219. The role of family farms Zurich (Switzerland) | 16 March 2015
Strengthening family farms, Interview with Markus Müller / What can the free trade agreement TTIP accomplish? / The crisis of the United States is a manifestation of decline. An inner history of the New America, by Klaus Hornung / Water supplies in the Valais in danger. The power supply is a joint effort – it is important to take care of it (Part 2), by Werner Wüthrich / “Whatever solution you want to make, at the end you should go back to the people through a referendum”, interview with Bashar al-Assad / Gen. Wesley Clark: “ISIS got started through funding from our friends and allies”, by Daniel McAdams / Do unilateral sanctions violate human rights?, by Thomas Kaiser / Europe and Russia – who wants war, who wants peace?, by Karl Müller / “Putin is the perfect devil for the US and NATO”, Interview with Philippe de Villiers / Agricultural corporations appropriate the fertile farmlands of Ukraine / “For me it is important that every child can develop”. A visit to the Astrid Lindgren special (...)

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