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September 21, 2014
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Current Concerns [printversion]

No 20/21, 13 September 2014

Latin America – “an important part of the emerging polycentric world”
“The new Cold War may cause a change of world trade” | by Eduardo Febbro, Paris correspondent for the Argentine newspaper “página/12”
“The EU has put up with being made a lackey of the United States”
“Switzerland as a neutral country has to offer its good offices and play a real intermediary role.” | Interview with State and National Councillor Oskar Freysinger (SVP)
NATO deployment against Russia?
Germany shall render mere vassal services | by Willy Wimmer, former State Secretary at the German Federal Ministry of Defense and Vice President of the OSCE Parliamentary Assembly
For a new European détente
The escalation of the conflict with Russia is a dead end | by Karl Müller
The next Maidan will take place in Saint Petersburg this September
Interview with Yevgeny Fedorov, Deputy of the State Duma of the Russian Federation
Russian strategy in the face of Anglo-American imperialism
The beginning of world shift | by Thierry Meyssan
Again, the multinational corporations want to lever out national democracy by means of TTIP
by Professor Dr Eberhard Hamer, SME Institute Hannover
Cooperatives instead of nature parks
Société coopérative “La Cavagne” – a successful self-help project in Val d’Illiez | by Dr iur Marianne Wüthrich
Letter to the Editor
In memory of Ernst Kunz
24.3.1917–11.7.2014
“School has the task to help students on and promote them”
“Young people must know how our political system works” | Interview with National Councillor Jakob Büchler
Yes to a good education – No to Curriculum 21
Constructivism: the theory-junk behind Curriculum 21
Return to well-proven pedagogical principles
A rehabilitation of the teacher’s pedagogical responsibility in the classroom
Why ‘self-directed, competence-oriented learning processes’ are not what they promise to be | by Elsbeth Schaffner
The dogma of individualized learning
by Stevan Miljevic, teacher, Siders VS/Switzerland

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