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April 26, 2015
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Current Concerns [printversion]

No 9/10, 16 April 2015

Unilateral sanctions violate international treaties
Interview with Prof Dr iur et phil Alfred de Zayas, Geneva
Saudi air strikes on Yemen violate international law and sovereignty
Iceland’s way out of its financial crisis
“Do not listen to the financial markets, but to the people” (Olaf Ragnar Grimsson, President) | by Dr rer publ Werner Wüthrich
The turning point of Marignano and today’s Switzerland
by Dr iur Marianne Wüthrich
“Russia is sending signals of sovereignty and independence”
Interview with Dr Vladimir Ivanovich Yakunin
It is essential to be informed
Four books about Ukraine, Russia and the West | by Karl Müller
“A civilisation that renounces its own moral ideals, loses its spiritual power”
High-level panel discussion at the UN in Geneva about the devastating effects of the persecution of Christians in the Middle East and Ukraine | by Thomas Kaiser
Who actually wants Curriculum 21, and where does it come from?
Who benefits from Curriculum 21?
“Children need structured teaching directed by the teacher”
Interview with Dr med Elke Möller-Nehring, child and youth psychiatrist
“The polytechnic secondary school used to establish a connection between learning in school and working life”
A conversation in the Glass Museum of Weisswasser

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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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