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January 29, 2015
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Current Concerns [printversion]

No 1, 14 January 2015

Giving priority to the sovereignty of the state
by Thomas Kaiser
How states regain their monetary sovereignty
by Francis Gut
Scrutinise your contract partners at first!
Or: What does “Erasmus” have to do with the mass immigration initiative? | by Dr iur Marianne Wüthrich
EU’s free movement of persons is no humanitarian project
A contribution to the discussion about the vote of 9 February 2014 | by Dieter Sprock
“Curriculum 21 – cementing unspeakable reforms”
“Introducing an additional radical reform called constructivism, if possible unnoticed” | Interview with National Councillor Verena Herzog
“This self-organized learning consists of endless trial and error procedures”
What students think about self-organized learning | by Susanne Lienhard
The other Europe
by Karl Müller
Peter Scholl-Latour: “The Curse of the Evil Deed”
“The West’s Failure in the Orient” | by Rainer Schopf
Organised crime – trafficking human beings – crime scene Germany
by Dr Barbara Hug
About the necessity to consider the ethical and cultural dimensions in the education debate
Thoughts about “Witching Hour – The Practice of Non-education”, a book worth reading by Konrad Paul Liessmann | by Urs Knoblauch, cultural publisher and high school teacher, Fruthwilen TG
Letter to the Editor
Grant the right of return to the Sahrawi people
Impressions of a trip to the Sahrawi refugee camp | by Dr phil Henriette Hanke Güttinger, historian and psychologist

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The Foundations of International Law

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