How Swiss politicians dismantle Swiss neutrality
The Swiss Confederation—the “Confoederatio Helvetica”, hence the CH on the cars—has been historically neutral since the Congress of Vienna in 1815.
“If Europe is incapable of working for peace, it will vanish from history!”
Georges Martin: Switzerland has always considered that there are two elements to its neutrality: the “right of neutrality” in case of war, as stipulated in the Hague Convention of 1907, and the “policy of neutrality”.
Double-Standards at the UN Human Rights Council
It is no secret that the UN Human Rights Council essentially serves the interests of the Western developed countries and does not have a holistic approach to all human rights. Blackmail and bullying are common practices, and the US has proven that it has sufficient “soft power” to cajole weaker countries.
Truths and lies about pledges made to Russia
The information war surrounding tensions between NATO and Russia over Ukraine often leads to distortions of historical reality.