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«Current Concerns», n° 7, 18 February 2013

Diversity, Competition and ‘Resilient Dynamism’

« “Diversity, Competition and ‘Resilient Dynamism’ ” », Address by President Ueli Maurer / « Catalonia: Learning from Switzerland », by Jaime Arias / «“The iceberg of national debt” », by Gerhard Schwarz / «“Exempt the National Bank”», by Martin Lanz / «“The terror cynics – in Mali against, in Syria with al-Qaeda” », by Jürgen Todenhöfer / «“The French intervention in Mali – what next?”», by Prof. Dr Albert A. Stahel /«“Militia principle as a model for peace – against neo-feudal étatism and military interventionism ”», by Tobias Salander / « 1992: The rejection of the EEA », Dr Peter Forster / « “Prevention of laws instead of Prevention Act” », by Gottlieb F. Höpli / « Is an economy for the benefit of all an option?” », by Reinhard Koradi / «“From opposition to an upright posture ”», by Anton Friedrich / « “I fear for democracy” », An interview with Konrad Adam / « “Ruttnern – an ancient snow path technique” », Heini Hofmann

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