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Current Concerns [printversion]

No 11, 21 April 2015

The West gambles peace in Europe away
by Willy Wimmer
War in Yemen: Blockade of emergency relief supplies a war crime
Message of the President of the “International Progress Organization” to the United Nations Security Council
Will Austria terminate their EU membership by end of June 2015?
The petition can lay the groundwork for this if citizens get active!
Europe does not need a German “central power”
Political dimensions of the crisis in Greece | by Karl Müller
EU army clearly contradicts “Perpetual Neutrality” and the Austrian Independence Treaty
ÖVP treats Austrian constitution with contempt!
Germany’s actual responsibility regarding Greece
Greek reparation claims are entitled | by Dr phil Henriette Hanke Güttinger
Greece: Drachm or tragedy?
by Pierre-Gabriel Bieri
Greek reparation claims against Germany are nothing new
The door to the selection of human beings must never be opened
Press conference of the committee “No to PID” (Pre-implantation diagnostics)
“Eugenics must not gain entry into our society”
Interview with National Councillor Christine Bulliard-Marbach, CVP Fribourg
“The protection of life as the ultimate principle”
Interview with National Councillor Marianne Streiff, EVP Berne
A slow erasing of the teacher
Indian higher education system is being undermined at many levels | by Krishna Kumar, professor of education at Delhi University and former director of the National Council of Educational Research and Training NCERT
Student data as goods
A debate in the United States casts shadow on Europe
“Humanitarian aid – the heart of our Swiss values”
Annual meeting of Swiss Humanitarian Aid and the Swiss Humanitarian Aid Unit (SHA) | by Thomas Kaiser
“It has always been an incentive in my life to help other people, and this is also an important part of Swiss tradition.”
Interview with Catherine Leutenegger, member of the Swiss Care-Team and former member of the Swiss Humanitarian Aid Unit
The pictures tell us: “We want peace, not war!”
The art exhibition “The sky is burning on the horizon – Art in Eastern Switzerland under the spell of the 2nd World War” at the “Kunstmuseum Thurgau” in the Charthusian Monastery Ittingen | by Urs Knoblauch, culture publicist, Fruthwilen, TG

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