Swiss Review

Swiss Review March 2017

March 2017

  • Focus: Immigration, a complex issue
  • Politics: Referendum results from 12 February
  • Politics: The bill on the 2050 energy strategy
  • Society: Recognition for Yeniche and Sinti people
  • Economy: The new Swissness Act and its ramifications
  • Literature series: Daniel de Roulet in New York
  • Culture: A profile of the slam poet Hazel Brugger
  • Science: Swiss drones set the standard
  • Sport: Armon Orlik, the new rising star of Swiss wrestling
  • Stronger growth in the Swiss community abroad


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