Swiss Review
April 2/21

Disquiet in the reservoir of Europe


E-voting gets a second chance


Switzerland’s cantons are now allowed to offer e-voting again. But it will take some time before voters can use a rebooted version of the technology.

“As much as it pains me to say it, you cannot negotiate with a virus”


Another “Super Sunday” at the polls


The Covid-19 pandemic has failed to thwart direct democracy. On 13 June, voters will give their verdict on five more proposals – two initiatives and…

Acid test for Swiss climate policy


Letters to the editor


The Matterhorn continues to grow – but is not getting any higher

Swiss statistics

Annemarie Schwarzenbach | Lonely freedom


Luisa Famos | Honduras and Venezuela in Romansh

Literature series

Luisa Famos’s poignant, inspiring works evoke memories of her Engadine homeland as well as her encounters in Latin America

What challenges does our democracy face?

SwissCommunity news

New offers 2021: online language courses

SwissCommunity news

How Angela Meraviglia is living her studies in Switzerland

SwissCommunity news
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Voluntary OASI made easier

SwissCommunity news

Cilette Ofaire | Longing for freedom


“A Swiss citizen remains a Swiss citizen, wherever they live in the world”

Notes from the Federal Palace

The Federal Council – edited into a perfect team

Notes from the Federal Palace

Votes and Elections

Notes from the Federal Palace

The Federal Council determines voting proposals at least four months before the voting date.

Steiner & Madlaina | Biting but plaintive at the same time


Gerhard Pfister

Top pick

Military service – from home


Alexandre Fischer

Top pick