Voltaire Network
«Current Concerns», n° 31, December 19, 2015

Equality

“We are a world of equals, and we should let nobody take this from us”, by Willy Wimmer / The uncontrollable Turkish watchdog of the United States, by Albert A. Stahel / War in Syria – what for?, by Karl Müller / There is no self-empowerment in international law, Interview with Hans-Joachim Heintze / Security policy on the wrong track! The fight against terrorism cannot be won by military activism / Setting the course for the sovereignty of the European nation states. No overthrow of national law by the European Court of Human Rights (ECtHR), Interview with Ruedi Lustenberger / Introduction of Curriculum 21 – in many cantons ever more doubtful / Zurich: “Referendum on Curriculum 21” submitted / Thurgau people vote on Curriculum 21 / The Initiative Committee goes on. Schwyz: No school reconstruction from above and outside – the people are to decide on the elementary school / Opposition parties in Baden–Württemberg criticise the Green-Red government’s education policy, by Arbeitskreis Schule und Bildung / The presidential elections in Belarus; Confirmation of the independent way, by Peter Bachmaier / If freedom of the press has to give way to higher interests, by Stefan Haderer / “Man must never cease to be human” (A. Schweitzer). What does Albert Schweitzer have to tell us in todays world?, by Sigrid Schiller

| Zurich (Switzerland)
+

Source
Current Concerns (Switzerland)

Attached documents

 
Current concerns

"Current concerns" is a bi-monthly selection from swiss weekly paper "Zeit Fragen" .

Article licensed under Creative Commons

The articles on Voltaire Network may be freely reproduced provided the source is cited, their integrity is respected and they are not used for commercial purposes (license CC BY-NC-ND).

Support Voltaire Network

You visit this website to seek quality analysis that enables you to forge your own understanding of today’s world. In order to continue our work, we need you to support our efforts.
Help us by making a contribution.

How to participate in Voltaire Network?

The members of our team are all volunteers.
- Professional-level mother-tongue translators: you can help us by translating our articles.