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The Week Ahead

Work, life, death... and politics

By swissinfo.ch

These are the stories we’re following in the week of July 18. Find out more about them in this video, originally broadcast on Facebook Live.   


Will Swiss interests in the United States be better served by a Clinton or Trump presidency? The results of our survey of Swiss opinion leaders may surprise you.


Serbia is the latest country to look to Switzerland to help reform the country’s workforce. We interview Serbia’s Prime Minister Aleksandar Vučić, who is interested in learning from Switzerland’s vocational training system.


Each day ends in sleep and every life ends in death but our relationships with sleep and death are complicated and diverse. We hear how two Indian artists are exploring this complexity and diversity in Switzerland, and show that just because something is inevitable, it should not be taken for granted.


The start of the Rio Olympics is nearing, and we ‘ring them in’ a bit early with a look inside the Swiss foundry making the traditional bells that sound the final lap of the athletics races. 

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