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«Current Concerns», n°20, September 10, 2018
Transnationals and war, peoples and peace
310. Transnationals and war, peoples and peace Zurich (Switzerland) | 10 September 2018
The Twilight of the War. The undermining of the right of peoples to self-determination by transnational financial elites will come to an end, by Thierry Meyssan / Peace chances for the Middle East have increased, A ParsToday interview with Willy Wimmer / What does the meeting between Angela Merkel and Vladimir Putin signify? De-escalation and concentration on problem solving are the order of the day, by Karl Müller / Framework agreement with Brussels or self-determination of Swiss citizens? Direct democratic freedom of choice as a red line, by Marianne Wüthrich / Not only Switzerland has much to lose, by Dieter Sprock / “There is reason for hope” / Visit to a Russian children’s home, by Maria Koch / Burnout in schoolchildren takes on alarming extents / “Food, Education and Health for everyone”. An inspiring book for family and school / Vintners’ cooperatives in the Ahr valley (Germany) – a success story. “We do not have any generational or sales problems here”, by Gerda (...)
 
 
 
«Current Concerns», n°24, October 3rd, 2017
Origins of the non-intervention doctrine
285. Origins of the non-intervention doctrine Zurich (Switzerland) | 6 October 2017
Niklaus von Flüe: patron saint of non-intervention, by Paul Widmer / Remarks on the life of Niklaus von Flüe, by Erika Vögeli / Election of a new Federal Councillor / Swiss traditions must not be overgrown by EU law. A lesson from the parliament’s autumn session, by Marianne Wüthrich / Swiss participation in protecting EU’s external borders. National Council marks the red line / UN Independent Expert demands: “Silence the drums of war and disarm for development” / World Congress of the International Physicians for Prevention of Nuclear War (IPPNW) was held in York, by Matin Baraki / One war can hide another – after the Caliphate, Rojava, by Thierry Meyssan / Whom does an “independent” Kurdish state serve? / Who is controlling German politics? A new study on the influence of the US-American Council on Foreign Relations, by Karl Müller / Globalisers withdraw top technology from Germany, by Eberhard Hamer / Sovereign citizens cannot be polarised, by Christian Fischer / “Light, air, freedom” – (...)
 
 
 
 
Divergent interpretations in the anti-imperialist camp – Part 1
The anti-imperialist camp: splintered in thought
by Thierry Meyssan
The anti-imperialist camp: splintered in thought Damascus (Syria) | 15 August 2017
In 2011 when his country was subject to a jihadist siege, President Bashar el-Assad’s reaction was against the norm: rather than strengthening the powers of his security services, he cut them back. Six years on, his country is in the process of emerging victorious, in the most important war since Vietnam. This same type of aggression is unfolding in Latin America. Yet here, it is sparking off a far more classic response. In this article, Thierry Meyssan distinguishes the analysis and strategy of President Assad on the one hand and Maduro and Morales on the other. His aim is not to place these leaders in competition, but rather to call upon each of them to remove themselves from political catechisms and to pay due attention to the lessons learnt from the most recent (...)
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Axis for Peace
General Ivashov: “International terrorism does not exist”
by General Leonid Ivashov