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April 24, 2014
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Current Concerns [printversion]

No 8, 19 April 2014

No grassroot medicine for highly developed Switzerland
Our family doctor concept mustn’t be cut down – No to the bluff package “Federal Decret on primary health care” | by Dr med Susanne Lippmann-Rieder and Dr med Viviane Kaiser
Control of the healthcare system by Federal Councillor Berset and “his” FOPH (Federal Office of Public Health)?
The Swiss healthcare system must be in the hands of the Swiss cantons | by Dr iur Marianne Wüthrich
No army without an air force
Gripen: a useful purchase on favourable terms
Thurgau women for a strong militia army, for the Gripen and for a save roof over Switzerland
“Giving priority to the human right to self-determination”
“‘Passive neutrality’ and offering the good services – a guarantor of success”
Interview with National Councillor Roland Rino Büchel, member of the Foreign Affairs Committee of the National Council, Swiss People’s Party, canton of St. Gallen
What can the citizen do in the conflict between the “West” and Russia?
by Karl Müller
“Authorities” in Kiev reject federalism and language rights
Kiev “administration” prefers to flirt with NATO | by James George Jatras, Deputy Director of the American Institute in Ukraine, AIU
The other “haute” cuisine
The innkeeper of the Mythen, free from giddiness | by Heini Hofmann
Honest politicians – conditio sine qua non of democracy
Reflections on Stefan Zweig’s biographical novel “Joseph Fouché” from 1929 | by Thomas Schaffner
German President came as a salesman for German EU-power politics

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