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Swiss Review
July 4/19

An ornithological observation

Editorial

I am not an ornithologist. But I do like birds. Preferably those which are flying free, which are not stuck in a cage. I recently came across a bird I…

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Letters to the editor

Mailbag

The green trend in the Swiss party political landscape

Focus

The “Swiss Review” survey of the seven largest Swiss parties has revealed that climate policy is high on the political agenda for virtually all the…

A clear judgement with unclear consequences

Society

The tug of war around Europe continues

Politics

The electorate voted resoundingly in favour of stricter gun laws on 19 May. In doing so, it also showed its commitment to Switzerland remaining part…

Heinrich Anacker | “Powerful songs that reflect our desires”

Literature series

E-voting encounters a headwind

Politics

Political campaign financing secrecy stirs jealousy

Politics

Switzerland is regularly criticised by the Council of Europe for its lack of transparency surrounding campaign financing. Unevenly distributed…

Valais wine from the foothills of the Himalayas

SwissCommunity news

From Switzerland out into the great wide world

SwissCommunity news

A Swiss Abroad talks about studying medicine in Switzerland

SwissCommunity news

The future is in sight

SwissCommunity news

Discover the slopes and the Swiss mountains

SwissCommunity news

Winter camp for children aged 8 to 14 years old

SwissCommunity news

What do I need to do after Brexit?

Notes from the Federal Palace

Parliamentary elections 2019: electoral assistance for citizens

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. National Council elections take place on 20 October…

‘No worries’ for Swiss family in New Zealand

Swissinfo

Monumental, compelling formats

Images

Anna Stern | Ava and Paul

Books

A chamber orchestra takes off

Sounds

Sven Epiney

Top pick

Insurance for the older unemployed is in the pipeline

News

The Federal Council is planning a new bridging pension for the older unemployed. Anyone who loses their job at 58 should no longer automatically have…

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