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Opinion Switzerland: the imaginary champion

Historian Jakob Tanner writes that Switzerland must be careful not to be blinded by a glossy version of itself that it had a hand in creating.

Opinion The (im)perfect timing of the UNRWA report

A damaging internal report has cast a very dark shadow over the ethical behavior of top officials of the UN agency for Palestinian refugees.

Opinion Oval Office meeting shows Swiss potential amid US-Iran tensions

Swiss President Ueli Maurer’s meeting with Donald Trump was a unique bilateral event at a moment of increasing tensions between the US and Iran.

opinion China visit exposes cracks in Swiss neutrality

Swiss President Ueli Maurer’s recent visit to China shows the complexity of Swiss neutrality in the face of current geopolitical realities.  

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Opinion New gun law stands for ‘more safety and prosperity’

Failure to accept tighter gun control rules could spell the end of Switzerland’s participation in the European security system, warns Pascal Vuichard.

Opinion Reject the de facto ‘disarming’ of Swiss gun owners

The reform of Swiss gun law implementing EU rules on gun control rules go against the Swiss constitution and the public opinion, says Luca Filippini.

Eight years of conflict Reflections on the lives of Syrian children in exile

On the 8th anniversary of the Syrian conflict, UN World Food Programme reflects on life for children uprooted from war.

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