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«Current Concerns», n° 5, 5 February 2013

Big central states as risk of war

« “Lessons from history: small states are more inclined to peace and social balance than large formations – EFTA as an alternative to EU” », by Tobias Salander / « Mali – One war can hide another », by Thierry Meyssan / «“Forward-looking army on the basis of conscription” », by the Austrian Officers’ Association ÖOG / «“No, the war – this is not France.”», by Dominique de Villepin / «Germany – Export world champion with impoverished citizens » / «“The EU in 2013: Financially bankrupt, they will politically become a dictatorship”», by Karl Müller /«“The attack on democracy by the EU and financial elites ”», by Prof Dr Eberhard Hamer / « The last witness », by Stefan Martens

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