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« Current Concerns», n° 33, 20 August

Debt trap under construction for local school authorities

« Interreg IV – EU regional policy and Switzerland » / « Schools and education in the stranglehold of power politics » / « From the lucky bag of the education dealers Peter Fratton’s “House of Learning”» / «“Social impact bonds” – commercialisation and privatisation of government tasks » / «How do our children become citizens in a direct-democratic state?» / « “Why Europe should give up its desire for world power status and emulate the example of Switzerland” » / «Students in the East know more about contemporary history» /«Is Germany still a state under the rule of law? The principal judicial organ of the United Nations, the International Court of Justice (ICJ), is to decide» / «Climate Change – still an unverified hypothesis!», by Dr Wolfgang Thüne / «“Grandpa’s computer secret”»

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