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«Current Concerns», n° 1/2, 14 January 2013

Tax amnesty and bank-client confidentiality Hot topics for cool heads

« “Tax amnesty and bank-client confidentiality Hot topics for cool heads” », by Christine Hirszowicz / « “A German-dominated EU policy taking that many victims requires correction” » / «“Blessed are the Peacemakers ” », Message of his Holiness Pope Benedict XVI for the celebration of the World Day of Peace / «““With each other and for each other””», New Year’s Address by Swiss Federal President Ueli Maurer / «“Federal Charter of 1291”» / «“Letter to Eveline Widmer-Schlumpf” » / « “Is political sovereignty possible without energy sovereignty?” », by Tobias Salander / « “Metropolitan Area without a metropolis – the Mayor of Zurich is giving the eulogy” », by Dr iur Marianne Wüthrich / «““Ignoring reality is not only stupid, but also a criminal threat to the future”” » / «“Less war in the new year? Yet we are miles away!”», by Karl Müller / «“ The Swiss Red Cross in Kyrgyzstan: Successful health development in the village ”», by Gabriela Neuhaus

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