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Current Concerns [printversion]

No 16/17, 26 July 2014

Swiss agricultural policy – a question of Switzerland’s security and independence
Interview with National Councillor Rudolf Joder (SVP), President of “Verein für eine produzierende Landwirtschaft, VPL (Association for a Productive Agriculture)
Preserving sovereignty
Interview with National Councillor Rudolf Joder (SVP), President of “Verein für eine produzierende Landwirtschaft, VPL (Association for a Productive Agriculture)
Increasing food security
Setting the course for Swiss agricultural policy | by Reinhard Koradi, Dietlikon
“In a stanchion-tied stable the animals have their own place”
Interview with the president of “IG Anbindestall Switzerland”, Hansruedi Scheuner, Oberlangenegg
Washington relaunches its Iraq partition project
by Thierry Meyssan
Stop the course of confrontation before it’s too late!
Working for peace is the greatest act of humanity | by Karl Müller
The “Martin Luther of Confucianism” – the importance of Kang Youwei and his students for today’s China
China before Mao – an early clarion call for the awakening of the Chinese dragon | by Thomas Schaffner
Letter to the Editor
“Traces she left behind for the good of all”
Supplement to commemorate Annemarie Buchholz-Kaiser

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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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