No 17, 7 August 2011

Neutrality as the compass, direct democracy as the basis
Thoughts about Paul Widmer’s history of Swiss foreign policy | by Dr. iur. Marianne Wüthrich
Foreign policy in the young federal state: Linking neutrality and humanitarian activity
The “Swatch” – a piece of Swiss history
Nicolas and Nick Hayek – two genuine Swiss entrepreneurs | by Werner Wüthrich, D. Sc. (Admin.)
Eleven years of endless “bank bailout”
How to prepare for the time after
Germany, a state under the rule of law, – quo vadis?
Alfred Adler’s analysis of World War I and today’s Germany | by Karl Müller
The Iranian nuclear question: “A solution may lie in revocation of all US sanctions”
by Ali Akbar Salehi, Iran
An 18-year-old Congressional authorisation shouldn’t enable a new war
by Bob Barr, USA*
“Swiss Lectures – Texts on international law and world order”
75 years of Stalingrad
Exhibition in the Protestant Carthusian Church in Cologne | by Reinhild Felten and Christian Fischer
The other Swiss geography
Topographical treasures that are not on the map | by Heini Hofmann