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«Current Concerns», n° 52, 17 December 2012

“Neutrality and Militia army are going hand in hand”

« “Neutrality and Militia army are going hand in hand” », Interview with National Councillor Jakob Büchler / « Energy – a matter of democracy », Interview with Roger Pfammatter / «“How to move on in energy politics?” », by Dr iur Marianne Wüthrich / «Fracking at Lake Constance» / « A re-assessment of deployments abroad is necessary », by Beni Gafner / «“It is about direct democracy”» /«“Serbian NATO ambassador dies for unknown reasons”» / « PR campaign for “Gemeinschaftsschule” is weak », by Karl Müller / « “UN General Assembly calls for Israel’s accession to the nonpro- liferation treaty NPT and disclosure of all its nuclear activities” »

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