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April 17, 2014
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Current Concerns [printversion]

No 7, 2 April 2014

Neutral Switzerland needs an operational air force
Yes to the Gripen-Funding-Act | Interview with National Councillor Jakob Büchler
No to the bluff package “Federal Decree on primary health care”
by Dr med Susanne Lippmann
In the crisis over Ukraine Switzerland must remain absolutely neutral!
by Gotthard Frick
President Putin’s view is understandable
by Prof Dr John J. Mearsheimer*
President Putin’s address on the accession of Crimea
Russian President Vladimir Putin addressed State Duma deputies, Federation Council members, heads of Russian regions and civil society representatives in the Kremlin on 18 March 2014 concerning the Republic of Crimea’s and Sevastopol’s request for accessi
“As humans we are responsible for the well-being of all”
by Thomas Kaiser
Humanitarian Services, the passionate heart of Switzerland since 150 years

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Resolution Protocol of the Extraordinary General Assembly
of Zeit-Fragen Cooperative on 16th December 2006:
The Foundations of International Law

Dear reader
The extraordinary general assembly of Zeit-Fragen Cooperative on 16th December 2006 dealt with the foundations of International Law.
After hearing and acknowledging the statements of external experts and after thorough debate the assembly passed the following resolution:
«The General Assembly of Zeit-Fragen Cooperative acknowledges the encouraging contributions of external experts on international law and other experts, and explicitly supports their work and endeavours and acknowledges their commitment to peace, international understanding and justice in the world.
With our newspapers it is our aim to show complete commitment to strengthening and giving fresh heart to international law.
Our contributions intend to give readers courage to become active on all levels of social life within the framework of constitutions and International Law.
Our efforts are aimed at making international law and humanitarian international law felt once more.»

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