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February 27, 2015
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Current Concerns [printversion]

No 5, 22 February 2015

Reason for hope, but also for vigilance
The Minsk Agreement I| nterview with Willy Wimmer
“An encouraging sign”
For a new policy towards Greece and Russia
by Karl Müller
“German taxpayers have nothing to fear from SYRIZA”
An open letter to Germany by Alexis Tsipras
“Stability has long been undermined by actions of the Unites States and its allies”
Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov delivers a speech at the 51st Munich Security Conference on 7 February 2015
“Let’s stop to judge the Russians on the basis of our own criteria”
Interview with Dr Hélène Carrère d’Encausse, “Secrétaire perpétuel” at the top of the “Académie française”
Regime change – endless failures by the United States
by Professor Dr Albert A. Stahel
The importance of state sovereignty concerning the energy issue
by Thomas Kaiser
“An important contribution to our power supply and to the independence of our country”
On the importance of small hydro power plants | Interview with National Councillor Jakob Büchler, President of the “Interessenverband Schweizerischer Kleinkraftwerks-Besitzer” ISKB
Water supplies in the Valais in danger
The power supply is a joint effort – it is important to take care of them (Part 1) | by Dr rer publ Werner Wüthrich

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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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