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«Current Concerns», n° 38/39, 17 September

A lasting peace is possible within the framework of a stable nation

« “A lasting peace is possible within the framework of a stable nation “ », by Olivier Delacrétaz / « Non-Violent revolutions: are they exploited by the USA? », by Prof Albert / « “Switzerland ought to play her role as an intermediary”», Interview with National councillor Geri Müller / «Russia’s Davos Putin, Kissinger can agree on Syria », by M. K. Bhadrakumar / «Only clear determination to take defensive action helps against “pseudo-events”», by Tobias Salander / « Let’s no longer give in to pressure from abroad! », by Jean-Daniel Balet and Flavien de Muralt / «Singapore, peacekeeper and balancing power in the Far East» /«“If a plane, it should be Gripen”» / «“Going to court”», by René Schneider / « The Federal Council’s Health “Foreign” Policy – not submitted to the people and parliament », Dr iur. Marianne Wüthrich / « Free Switzerland is a model for Germany », by Reinhard K. Sprenger / « Germany must again become a state under the rule of law», by Karl Mueller / «The model for the German drill ground in the region Altmark », by Gordon Duff / «Afghanistan: unsinkable US aircraft carrier», by Matin Baraki

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