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«Current Concerns», n° 8, 25 February 2013

Perpetual armed neutrality – Conditio sine qua non of the peace model Switzerland

« “Perpetual armed neutrality – Conditio sine qua non of the peace model Switzerland” », by Tobias Salander / « US praise for the model Switzerland already in the 18th century » / «“Giving each other credit of trust and partnership” », Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov / «“Shadow over the Elysée”», by Willy Wimmer / «“NATO missile defense system violates international law” », by IALANA / «“Cooperation with Russia”», by Dr Peter Forster /«“The “West” has to learn to rethink honestly ”», by Karl Müller / « Prevention of laws instead of Prevention Act », by Gottlieb F. Höpli / « “National family policy unnecessary” » / « Saying ‘yes’ to the Rip-off Initiative », by Dr Cornelio Sommaruga / «“Let us not become a society “à la française”! ”», by Jean-Daniel Balet and Antoine Spillmann / « “Should we feed the birds in winter?” », by Heini Hofmann

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